Fall Big Pick-up 2020
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The City of Sylvania
Fall Unlimited Collection of Household Rubbish Will Be On Your Regular Refuse Collection Day 
The Week of Monday, October 5, through Friday, October 9, 2020
Items that will be picked up include:

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Household rubbish in garbage bags or cans, pieces of furniture, appliances, televisions, mattresses and box springs, bicycles, carpet that is a maximum of 4ft wide - each piece must be rolled or folded, and then tied or taped, dismantled playground equipment and mail box that are no longer than 4ft
and tied in bundles.  Appliances that had Freon, such as refrigerators, freezers, air conditioners,
and dehumidifiers, must have certification that the Freon has been removed.
**Please do not fill cardboard cardboard boxes with Refuse Material** 
**This pick up does not include Green Yard Waste**

Some items that will not be picked up include:
Construction materials, drywall, railroad ties, ceiling tiles, pieces of concrete, posts that have concrete on them, concrete blocks, bricks, large pieces of glass or mirrors, liquids, chemicals, latex paint that is not dried up, empty paint can that has a lid on the can, oil based paint, batteries, automobile parts, gas cans, pressurized tanks (propane or helium tanks), anything with oil or fuel (lawn mower, snow blower, edger, or trimmer that is not drained and the gas cap removed), tires, hazardous materials.
Please call 419-885-8733 or email utb@cityofsylvania.com with any questions.

Proper Placement of Refuse Items Proper Placement of Refuse Items

-For the safety of the employees please do not stack items on top of each other
-Any wood products must be cut to 4ft length and have all nails/screws removed or pounded down (see information above for types of wood you can dispose of)
-Wooden doors must be cut in half
-Carpet must be bundled cut to 4ft lengths and not weigh more than 40lbs
-All glass/needles must be placed in a plastic container and marked accordingly
-All Loose material must be bagged (do not use cardboard boxes)
-Toilets must have tank removed from base
-Basketball hoops must have backboard removed, pole cut to 4ft or less and sand or water removed from base
-Hot Tubs and Bath cut into to 2ft sections

Sylvania Township:

Monday, September 14 will be the first day of a one-time sweep of Sylvania Township streets to pick up brush and leaves which may have accumulated through the summer.  It also will be the first day for the collection of unwanted household items.

Rob Nash, superintendent of the roads department, said to be on the safe side, it is a good idea to have all items at curbside the night before.

Leaves and branches should be separated and not left in the street, but at the curb, he said, adding that the process is not meant for the results of lot clearing or tree removal. Accumulated limbs and branches should be no more than 6 ft. in length or 6 in. in diameter.

Sylvania Township has contracted with Archbold Refuse Service Inc for the household item pickup. Those items, too, should be left at the curb, not in the street.

Items that will be collected are bicycles, bundled books, and papers, rolled carpeting (no longer than five feet), empty containers and drums.

Also collected will be furniture (any item with legs more than 12 in. should be separated from the item), appliances without refrigerants, mattresses and box springs, miscellaneous (non-hazardous) loose material placed in disposable containers and toys.

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