East Providence Public Works sets holiday rubbish removal changes


EAST PROVIDENCE — The City of East Providence Public Works Department has announced that due to the Thanksgiving holiday on Thursday, Nov. 22, rubbish, yard waste and recyclables normally collected will be delayed one day, and collected on Friday, Nov. 23.

Regular Friday collection will be delayed one day and collected on Saturday, Nov. 24. Residents are asked to have their rubbish, yard waste  and recycling containers at the curbline  by 6 a.m. The regular Thursday and Friday collections will resume on Nov. 29 and 30.


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Sophia Thent

This is a logical change for rubbish removal companies.

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Stan Kingsly

those rubbish removal companies need holidays as well.

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