First Posted: 4/21/2014
Glenburn Township will hold its annual spring cleanup on May 9 and 10. Residents are asked to place cleanup items curbside for pickup by 5 a.m. May 9. They will be picked up either Friday or Saturday at the discretion of the township’s contractor.
Metals must be kept separate from other items. Items that will not be picked up include: regular household trash, recyclables, grass or leaves, non-compactable items such as brick, block and concrete, cast iron, auto parts, tires, batteries, motor oil or lubricants, paint (dried up paint cans are OK), paint thinners or turpentine, pesticides, hazardous, noxious, caustic, or acid chemicals, asbestos, metal drums, propane tanks, oil/gas containing items, explosives of any type including gun loading materials and electronics.
Refrigerators/freezers/air conditioners must be certified Freon free with a tag containing the technicians ID number and dated.