CAMDEN — The Village of Camden launched Clean-Up Week Monday, May 9, to run through Friday, May 13.
According to the village website, “Village employees will pick up and transport large trash items to the county landfill for residents.”
There is a list of guidelines which must be followed to ensure the safety and efficiency of both employees and those volunteering:
Upholstered items (i.e., couches, chairs, mattresses — items susceptible to bed bugs) must be wrapped in plastic. Large plastic bags for this purpose are available for purchase at the village office.
There is a maximum of 10 items per address/location.
There will only be one pick-up per address/location during the week. Residents should only put items at the curb when they are ready for their one pick-up.
Because these items require special disposal, the village will not pick up the following items: tires, paint, chemicals of any kind, refrigerators or air conditioners.
This list can be found on the village website, www.camdenohio.org, or call 937-452-7547 for more information.
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