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Milton Partners with Roswell for Bulky Trash Day

Residents can drop off unwanted items between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday, March 22.

Credit: Patch
Credit: Patch
Both Roswell and Milton will offer its residents a chance to dispose of their unwanted appliances and electronics.

The Public Works Departments of both cities, in partnership with Keep Roswell Beautiful, will hold Bulky Trash Amnesty Day in which residents can drop off certain items between 8 a.m. and noon Saturday, March 22 at Roswell's Public Works Division at 1810 Hembree Road.

Proof of residency will be required, which can be determined with utility bills.. Roswell residents with the window decal do not need any other form of identification.

This event has become very popular, so residents should expect some delays in dropping off their items, according to the city of Roswell.

Some of the items that will be accepted are:
  • Tires - must be off the rim, automobile tires only; limit 4 per car
  • sofas
  • tables
  • refrigerators
  • chairs
  • washers
  • dryers
  • televisions
  • deactivated cell phones
  • electronics
The following items will not be accepted:
  • paint
  • household hazardous waste
  • any fluids including motor oil and anti-freeze
  • household batteries
  • construction and demolition materials
  • yard waste
Materials will only be accepted at the site on the day of the event and only during the aforementioned hours. The city stresses that the line will be cut off at noon sharp. 

For more information on the event, Roswell residents can contact Janet Liberman at 770-641-3715 or jliberman@roswellgov.com and Milton residents can contact Cindy Eade at 678-242-2509 or Cindy.Eade@cityofmiltonga.us

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