Spring Clean-Up

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The 2017 Spring Clean-up program will be in April and October only. Each area of the City is assigned one day each week for pickup. All residents will be receiving a flyer in their March/September utility bill with additional information and a map of scheduled pickup days.

This service is for Midvale City Sanitation customers only and does not apply to businesses, apartments, condos, or mobile home parks.

All items for pickup must be placed out on the curbside prior to 7 AM on the specified week.

Spring Clean-up is only offered in April and October.

Pickup items are defined as follows

Green Waste

  • Must be bundled, cut to 4 feet in length, and under 75lbs
  • Tree limbs
  • Wood products: 2 x 4's, particleboard, plywood, etc. (IMPORTANT: Large metal and concrete must be removed)
  • Does not include: grass clippings, weeds or non-woody plants.
  • No bagged items will be accepted

Bulky Waste (items too big or bulky to fit in your garbage container, 75 lb. limit)

  • Furniture
  • Household appliances
  • Carpet
  • Minor/small automobile parts

Requirements

  1. Place waste on the curb no later than 7:00 a.m. on Monday of specified week. DO NOT place at curb longer than 72 hours prior to pickup.
  2. Stack green waste together in 4 foot sections and bundled. Place other waste in another pile at least 2 feet away from green waste. In addition, do not park vehicles within 15 feet of either pile.
  3. Freon must be removed from items (refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners) by a professional and be tagged with a copy of the receipt.
  4. Snow blowers and lawn mowers must have the oil and gasoline removed.
  5. 55-gallon drums must be emptied and have the tops removed.
  6. Loose material such as leaves, twigs, pine needles, and wood chips should be placed in trash bags or boxes and are consider bulky waste. These items may also be placed in your refuse container.
  7. Recycle items that can be reused through a local charity.

Unacceptable items

  • Rocks, concrete, gravel, dirt, asphalt, or construction debris
  • Vehicle parts, tires, or propane tanks
  • Oil, gas, batteries, or paint
  • Any flammable, toxic, or hazardous materials
  • Regular household waste (these items should be put in your garbage container)

Where to dispose of non-acceptable items:

TIRES:

MOTOR OIL:

  • Checker Auto Parts
    8164 S State St. or 681 E Ft. Union Blvd
    801-569-1886
    Limit 5 gallons

BATTERIES:

  • Intermountain Battery
    1427 S 300 W.
    801-497-0874
  • Caesars Motorcycle Empire
    7922 S State St.
    801-255-4466

CONSTRUCTION DEBRIS:

HAZARDOUS WASTE:

  • Salt Lake County
    801-313-6697

PAINT: