WARSAW — The Public Works Department of the City of Warsaw along with Borden Waste Away Services/Integra and Waste Management are pleased to offer expanded services to the residents of the City of Warsaw in celebration of Earth Week.
The following services will be made available to residents from Monday, April 22 through Friday, April 26.
Large piles of leaves can be raked to the curb or alley. They will be picked up on regular trash day and need to be out by 7 a.m. Please do not put sticks or other trash in the leaf piles. Small piles will need to be bagged or boxed and will be picked up on your regular trash day.
As a reminder, leaves cannot be raked into the streets and gutter lines. This clogs the storm water catch basins and creates drainage issues that can lead to flooding.
Waste Management has offered to place four 30-yard containers at their local transfer station. Residents (IDs will be checked to verify addresses) can drop off items (not truck loads from rental property clean outs) at no charge. Waste Management will donate the dumping fees and are excited to offer residents assistance in disposing of their spring cleaning items. This service will be free of charge to residents residing within the corporate city limits of Warsaw. Waste Management’s transfer station is located at 2352 N. Boeing Road, Warsaw.
Borden Waste Away/Integra Shredding will host a community shred drive day. This will be a “drive through” service. Integra will have a shred truck at the Public Works Department, located at 794 W. Center St., from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Monday, April 22. City employees will load papers in totes and Integra will shred the documents on the spot.