City of Tulsa Brings Back Free Landfill Days for Residents
Residents looking to dispose of unwanted items taking up space at their homes can do so this weekend with the return of Free Landfill Days.
The City of Tulsa is bringing back its semi-annual event will take place from 7 am to 3 pm on Saturday and Sunday. It will take place at the Quarry Landfill located on 46th Street North, east of US 169.
According to the event's release, Free Landfill Days is an opportunity for Tulsa utility consumers to discard of untouched or unused junk piling up around their homes. With the exception of items containing Freon, such as refrigerators, visitors can get rid of virtually anything at no cost to them.
So long as they present a Tulsa utility bill or a drivers license with an address located within the Tulsa city limits.
Officials want to remind visitors at the landfill with trucks loads in trucks or trailers to secure and cover them to prevent contents from blowing onto roadways and creating traffic hazards.
For more information about Free Landfill Days, visit their website at www.cityoftulsa.org/trash or call them at (918) 596-9777.
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