Thursday, July 17, 2003

Symmes Twp. will take out residents' trash

The Cincinnati Enquirer

SYMMES TOWNSHIP - This weekend, residents here can haul their brush, metal, heavy appliances, car batteries and other debris to Hopewell Meadows Park as part of Symmes Township's Summer Cleanup and Brush Drop-Off program.

From 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on both Saturday and Sunday, the township's staff will be at the park, at Hopewell and Humphrey roads, to accept the garbage. All metal items will be recycled.

For $10, Freon will be recovered from all air conditioners, dehumidifiers, refrigerators and freezers. Checks will not be accepted.

Participants must provide proof of residency. A driver's license and current utility bill will suffice.

The township will not accept tires, used motor oil or hazardous household waste such as paint, solvents or other chemicals.

For more information, call the township offices, 683-6644.

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