Got Debris? Here's How To Get Rid Of It

5:05 PM, Jul 3, 2012   |    comments
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WASHINGTON, DC (WUSA) -- Many of us are still clearing up the mess Mother Nature left behind on Friday night. And, if you're among the storm weary still lifting limbs and leftovers, help is on the way.

Most communities will send out road crews to pick up debris right from your curb. Others offer waste stations, if you want to drop it off yourself.

Here's a sample of how what is happening in some parts of our area:

District of Columbia - Curbside pickup. And, drop off at Fort Totten Transfer Station. Closed July 4th.

Montgomery County, Md - Can drop off debris at the Shady Grove Transfer Station. Wait can be lengthy. Use curbside collection if possible. You can also drop spoiled food at this facility. It will be open on July 4th from 9am to 5pm.

Prince George's County,  Md  - Free disposal of storm related debris at the Brown Station Road Sanitary Landfill and Prince George's County Yard Waste Composting Facility. Closed July 4th.

Charles County, Md - Drop off debris at Charles County landfill, Gilbert Run, Pisgah and Breeze Farm locations.















Fairfax County, Va - Curbside pickup. And, drop offs at I-66 Transfer Station and I-95 Solid Waste Complex. Closed July 4th.

Arlington County, Va - Scheduling extra debris pickups with regular trash through July 13th.

Alexandria, Va - Curbside and public rights-of-way pickups. Including July 4th.

Loudoun County, Va - Loudoun County landfill gearing up for storm debris dropoffs.

Manassas City, Va - Crews offer curbside pickups. Tree contractors need to dispose of trees on their own.
















Written by Lesli Foster
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