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East Providence Public Works reminds residents of holiday trash change

East Providence Public Works reminds residents of holiday trash change

EAST PROVIDENCE — The East Providence Public Works Department, Recycling/Refuse Division announces that due to the Memorial Day Holiday no rubbish or yard waste will be collected on Monday, May 26. All household rubbish and yard waste pick-ups will be delayed one day for the remainder of the week. Regular Monday collection will resume on

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East Providence seeks out delinquent water-sewer users

EAST PROVIDENCE — Property owners be on alert, if you’re in arrears on your water bill the City of East Providence is aggressively seeking the money you owe. Starting last week, the city’s Treasury Division, under the auspices of Finance Director Malcolm Moore, began sending out approximately 900 notices to those residential and business property

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East Providence Public Works reminds residents of recycling, holiday collection changes

EAST PROVIDENCE — Due to increased call volumes and inquiries related to recent changes made to both the recycling program and the holiday trash collection schedule, the City of East Providence’s Department Public Works is issuing the following series of updates and reminders to residents. Curbside Collection Policy The City is responsible for the collection


East Providence will soon use automated recycling collection system

EAST PROVIDENCE — The anticipated switch from manual to automated collection of recyclable materials in East Providence comes to fruition shortly, the City Council heard at its meeting held Tuesday night, July 16. As part of the updated refuse collection contract with EnviroSafe/MTG Disposal, city residents will no longer be required to use their green


East Providence remains on regular rubbish schedule

EAST PROVIDENCE — City Manager Peter Graczykowski has announced rubbish pick-up in East Providence remains on schedule until further notice after winter storm Nemo hit over the weekend. Those who have garbage and recycling collection on Mondays should have their refuse by the curb no later than 6 a.m. The same holds true for the