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October 4, 2015

Fall Cleanup: New and Improved!

Middle Smithfield Township Fall CLEAN UP:  New and improved!

Middle Smithfield Township’s annual Fall Clean Up will be on October 23rd & 24th. Our Freecycle Event will be on October 29th, 30th and 31st.  Residents can drop off their gently used items with the knowledge that they won’t go to a landfill – but one of their neighbors or a charitable organization instead!  Everyone wins – the Fall Clean Up costs the taxpayers less money (less dumpsters), Pennsylvania landfills don’t fill up as quickly, and residents and local charities receive needed goods at a price that can’t be beat – FREE!
Click here to download the event flyer!

Fall Township Cleanup and FreecycleSchedule for Fall Clean up and Freecyle Event:

Fall Clean Up:

Friday & Saturday, October 23rd & 24TH:  7am-4pm Residents can bring their refuse.

Freecycle Event:

Thursday, Friday & Saturday, October 29th, 30th and 31st:  7am-2pm
The public can come and browse and take any of the Freecycled items

The week of October 29th, 30th and 31st, charitable organizations such as Bushkill Outreach, the Salvation Army, Women’s Resources of Nassau County can come and pick up whatever is left over.  Any books left in good condition will be held by the township and delivered to the Hughes Library for their annual book sale in June.

Fall Clean Up costs $5 per car load (slightly more for larger vehicles) and tires disposal starts at $4 each tire.  Middle Smithfield will accept bulk items, furniture, toys, washers, dryers, bicycles, lawn mowers, water heaters, batteries, nails, screws, empty paint cans – just no household garbage, construction debris or hazardous materials.

 

Clean Up and Freecycle!

Residents can drop off their gently used items with the knowledge that they won’t go to a landfill – but one of their neighbors or a charitable organization instead!  Everyone wins – the Fall Clean Up costs the taxpayers less money (less dumpsters), Pennsylvania landfills don’t fill up as quickly, and residents and local charities receive needed goods at a price that can’t be beat – FREE!

  • Automobile Load…………………………………………………………………$  5.00
  • Pick-up trucks and vans…………………………………………………………$10.00
  • Small utility trailers (up to 8 ft. in length)………………………………………$10.00
  • Dump Truck (single axle) and box trucks (up to 12’ box) ……………………$60.00
  • Dump Truck (one-ton)……………………………………………………………$40.00

Excessively Large Bulk Items may require an extra charge       $TBD by Staff           

TIRES: Tires will be charged $4.00 each; with rims $6.00 each. Large tires are $12.00 each; with rims $14.00 each. MAXIMUM OF TWELVE (12) TIRES PER RESIDENT ACCEPTED

NOT ACCEPTED

 NO HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE

NO AUTOMOBILES or AUTOMOBILE PARTS

NO PAINT CANS WITH CONTENTS, THINNERS

NO PESTICIDES, HERBICIDES, or ANY OTHER HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

NO BUILDING MATERIALS or DEMOLITION WASTE (for example: LUMBER, SHINGLES /

            SHEETROCK, DIRT, CEMENT ETC.)

 

WE WILL ACCEPT:

Bulk items, for example: furniture, toys, washers, dryers, bicycles, lawn mowers, water heaters etc. BATTERIES WILL BE ACCEPTED. NAILS AND SCREWS – (MUST BE IN CLOSED CONTAINER)

Containers will be available during cleanup for leaf drop off.
Residents are responsible for unloading their own vehicle, the township employees will be available to assist if necessary.

 

Who is this for?

Clean up is for Middle Smithfield Township residents.  Please bring proof of residence such as a, tax bill, rent receipt, etc. This clean up is an extremely “user friendly” program. We urge all residents to take advantage of this opportunity. A great way to dispose of unwanted household goods!!!

FREECYCLING  Public can come, browse & take any of Freecycled items

Thursday, October 29th                                                     7:00am – 2:00 pm
Friday & Saturday October 30th & 31st                                 7:00am – 2:00 pm

 

The New and Improved Fall Clean Up’s “Freecycling” means residents can bring household items, working appliances, furniture, books, and toys in good condition and leave them here for other residents and charitable organizations who may need them to pick up for free.

Middle Smithfield Township Board of Supervisors

Annette Atkinson, Mike Dwyer, Mitchell Marcus