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1 month, 1 week ago by Bob Gough

The annual City Wide Clean Up is scheduled for September 27

City Wide Clean Up Scheduled for September 27, 2014

The City Wide Clean Up has been scheduled for Saturday, September 27, 2014 from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m.  City residents may take their items for disposal to the Clean Up site at Front and Delaware anytime that morning. 

For questions or additional information please call the City of Quincy’s Central Services Department at 217-228-4520.

 

Restricted Items from City Wide Clean Up 2014

In accordance with local, State and Federal disposal regulations, the following list of items is banned from being placed in sanitary landfills.

Any Type of Free Flowing Liquid, including but not limited to: Waste Oil, Motor Oil, Antifreeze, Transmission Fluids, Brake Fluids, Fuel, Paint, Stains, Finishes (including enamel, oil and latex based), Thinners, Turpentines.

Any Type of Poison, including but not limited to: Drain Cleaners, Disinfectants, Toilet Cleaners, Insecticides, Pesticides, Flea Collars and Sprays, Roach and Ant Killers, Floor or Furniture Polish, Bleach, Ammonia and Ammonia Based Cleaners, Abrasive Cleaners, Mothballs.

Any Type of Yard Waste, including but not limited to: Grass, Grass Clippings, Weeds, Garden Clippings, Brush, Tree Limbs, Leaves, Stumps, Branches, Bushes, Shrubs, Dead Plants.

Any Type of Appliance or White Good Still Containing Freon, including but not limited to: Refrigerators, Freezers, Air Conditioners, Dehumidifiers, Water Coolers.

Any Type of Battery, including but not limited to: Car, Truck, Tractor and Equipment Batteries, Computer Back-Up Batteries, Small Batteries (AAA, AA, C, D, 6 Volt, 9 Volt).

Any Type of Medical Waste, including but not limited to: Sharps, Needles, Human Blood, Blood Products, Human Waste and Waste Products, Blood Soaked Material, Empty or Full Red Bags Used for Medical Waste.

Any Type of Tire, including but not limited to: Car, Truck, Tractor, Lawn Mower, Off-Road Tires.

Any Type of Creosoted Treated Wood, including but not limited to: Railroad Ties, Telephone or Electrical Poles, Treated Lumber.

Any Type of Fuel Tank, including but not limited to: Automobile, Truck, Tractor, Mower, Barbeque Grills, Liquid Petroleum.

Any Type of Electrical Equipment or Component, including but not limited to: Televisions, Computers, Computer Monitors, Printers, Scanners, Copiers, Fax Machines, Cellular Telephones, Stereos and Stereo Components, Digital Video Players and Recorders, Compact Disc Players, Video Cassette Records.


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