City Wide Clean Up Day

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The City of Celina will host the second clean-up day on Saturday, October 6, 2018.  

The City’s trash provider, Waste Connections will provide four dumpsters that will follow the same guidelines as bulk trash pickup. Green Planet Inc. will provide a dumpster for residents to discard hazardous waste such as paint in liquid form, thinners, paint strippers, lawn and garden chemicals, fertilizers, etc. 

DTX Recycling will provide e-waste disposal for computer equipment, cell phones, gaming consoles, and medical equipment.

In addition, Proshred Security will be on site for any documents that need to be shredded. The event starts at 10 a.m. and continues until 2 p.m.

Drivers will enter the route at the intersection of Pecan Street and Louisiana Street, where there will be a checkpoint to verify you are a Celina resident. A current Celina water bill will be required to drop off any items. Drivers will proceed at one of the containers, unload their trash and proceed north along Beech Street and exit.

Among the items expected for discarding are large pieces of furniture, mattresses, box springs, and other large or bulky household items. Tires, refrigerators, gravel, or other construction waste will not be accepted.

Further information on this event can be obtained by calling the Community Relations Department at 972-382-2078 or emailing jmatehuala@celina-tx.gov.




Clean up day is open for ALL Celina residents.

***A current water bill is required to drop off all items.***


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DTX Recycling

https://www.dtxrecycling.com/recycling 

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Green Planet Inc. has been a multi-faced organization with specialities in handling, packaging, transportation and disposal of Hazardous, non-hazardous waste.

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PROSHRED® Dallas / Fort Worth is a locally owned world leader in the onsite destruction of documents and hard drives. We help large businesses and local residents securely safeguard private information, maintain legislative compliance and protect their public image.


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