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Free landfill day can boost spring cleaning


Oklahoma City residents can clean out bulky items Saturday during the city’s free landfill day.

Old furniture, appliances, landscape waste, trash and other junk will be accepted at no charge from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Oklahoma City's four landfills.

To participate, customers must present an original, current Oklahoma City water or trash bill, or a copy of an e-bill, as proof of residency. No photocopies will be accepted.

Each household will be allowed to drop off one load of household waste using a passenger vehicle up to the size of a 1-ton pickup, plus one trailer up to 16 feet long. Commercial waste haulers will not be allowed.

Participating landfills include:

• East Oak Landfill — 3201 Mosley Road (south side of NE 36, east of Sooner Road).

• Southeast Landfill — 7001 S Bryant Ave.

• Oklahoma City Landfill — 7600 SW 15.

• Northeast Landfill — 2601 N Midwest Blvd. in Spencer (construction and demolition materials only).

Bulky waste rules and regulations apply to free landfill day. Household hazardous waste, tires, oils, toxins, car batteries, propane tanks, pool chemicals, electronic waste and appliances containing Freon or other refrigerants will not be accepted.

For more details, contact Utilities Customer Service at 405-297-2833 or go to