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Milton Residents Can Get Rid of Bulky Trash on Saturday

To get rid of large items such as tires, sofas, refrigerators and TVs, residents will need to take them to the City of Roswell Public Works Division on Saturday.

Milton's Bulky Trash Amnesty Day will be Saturday, Dec. 7. Credit: City of Milton
Milton's Bulky Trash Amnesty Day will be Saturday, Dec. 7. Credit: City of Milton

Gather your large items for disposal on bulky trash amnest day on Saturday, Dec. 7. The City of Milton Public Works Department and Milton Grows Green are sponsoring the event.

From 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, residents of Milton can bring items to the City of Roswell Public Works Division at 1810 Hembree Road in Roswell. Only City of Milton and Roswell residents will be served. Proof of residency will be required, and utility bills are preferred.

Also, bring your gently-worn shoes for a recycling and reuse program to help fund Milton's Community Wildlife Habitat Project.

Some of the items accepted are (reusable items will be donated to Atlanta Furniture Bank):

  • Tires - must be off the rim, automobile tires only; limit 4 per car
  • Sofas
  • Tables
  • Refrigerators
  • Chairs
  • Washers
  • Dryers
  • Televisions
  • Deactivated cell phones
  • Computer equipment and electronics
  • Mattresses and box springs
  • Grills
  • Lawnmowers (with fluids drained)

Don't even think of bringing these items, as they won't be accepted:

  • Paint
  • Household hazardous waste
  • Any fluids including motor oil and anti-freeze
  • Household batteries
  • Construction and demolition materials
  • Yard waste

Contact either the Roswell Recycling Center at 770-442-8822 (motor oil and anti-freeze) or Chadwick Landfill at 770-475-9868 (construction and demolition materials) for proper disposal of these materials.

Materials will only be accepted at the site on the day of the event and only during the hours of 8 a.m. and noon. The gate will close at noon.

A special thanks goes to the Young Mens' Service League for their continued volunteer support. 

For more information, email Milton Sustainability Coordinator Cindy Eade or call her at 678-242-2509.

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