Snow delays trash collection in East Providence

Tuesday morning pickups move to Wednesday, remainder of the week follows

Posted 12/3/19

The East Providence Public Works Department Recycling/Refuse Division announced due to the Tuesday, Dec. 3, snow storm, trash and yard waste collections for the remainder of the week were delayed one …

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Snow delays trash collection in East Providence

Tuesday morning pickups move to Wednesday, remainder of the week follows

Posted

The East Providence Public Works Department Recycling/Refuse Division announced due to the Tuesday, Dec. 3, snow storm, trash and yard waste collections for the remainder of the week were delayed one day.

Tuesday's schedule moves to Wednesday and the rest of the collection is delayed accordingly.

Regular collections will resume the week of December 9. Residents are asked to have all materials at the curb by 6 a.m. on the day of collection.

For questions or more information, please contact DPW Program Coordinator, Donna McMahon at 401-435-7701.

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