There is usually just one time of year to get rid of unwanted clutter. But not everything you want to get rid of is accepted by spring clean-up crews.
That's why the city of Wausau is offering a program to help keep the city clean, while properly disposing of items like tires, refrigerators and mattresses.
The Neighbor 2 Neighbor Committee (N2N) works to unite neighborhoods to improve safety and enhance quality of life for Wausau residents. Their event, “Clean-it Up, Wausau!”, in its fourth year, will be held Saturday, October 5 from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
Some items like scrap metal, and washers and dryers will be free to recycle; however DVD players, tires, and tvs will be recycled for a fee. Light bulbs, paint, and medication are just a few of the items that will not be recycled at the event.
Click here to view a list of items accepted, items not accepted and associated fees.
Drop off is near the Yard Waste Site at 105 E. Chellis Street. Proof of Wausau residency is required.
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