To help residents and City of Murrieta employees clean and clear out their living and work spaces, Waste Management and the City of Murrieta are hosting a 2013 Community Clean Up on Saturday, Dec. 7, according to a news release.
A collection site will be set up between 8 a.m. and 1 p.m. Saturday at 2nd and Kalmia streets, where residents and city employees are encouraged to bring their unwanted or outdated items in order to dispose of them in an environmentally-safe manner. The event will also offer on-site document shredding.
This free event is open to City of Murrieta residents and city employees only; it is not open to commercial customers.
Residents and City employees can bring any of the following acceptable items to the drop-off location:
Household trash (bagged or boxed, not loose);
E-waste: computers, monitors and printers;
Green waste (separated from trash);
Scrap Metal (motors must be free of gasoline or oil);
wood (no treated wood, such as railroad ties);
bulky waste (unusable furniture, mattresses, large items, etc.);
tires (no rims); and
refrigerators (need to be free of Freon).
Document shredding is limited to three banker boxes or bags.
No hazardous materials will be accepted; hazardous materials are accepted at the ABOP Center County Yard located at 25315 Jefferson Ave. 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. For HazMat information visit www.rivcowm.org.