Spring Cleaning Made Easy with Surrey’s Disposal Days May 12-30

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  • Surrey, BC Spring cleaning just got easier for Surrey residents. City of Surrey is pleased to announce a
    return of its popular Disposal Days event, providing residents a safe and convenient way to dispose of
    unwanted waste.

    From May 1230, residents can drop off their recycling, garbage and household items for free or
    discounted rates at both the new Central Surrey and North Surrey Recycling and Waste centres.

    During this promo, all recyclables including mattresses (maximum 4 units),
    electronics, metals,
    appliances, paints, used oil, and antifreeze
    will be free. Garbage disposal fees for the first 300kg will also
    be free. Fees will be reduced by 50% for loads between 301kg up to a maximum of 1,000kg. Proof of
    residency required, limit of one trip per household. Commercial and business vehicles not permitted. For
    details, visit
    Disposal Days is part of the Citys ongoing efforts to promote sustainability and responsible waste
    management, ensuring that Surrey remains a clean and safe place for everyone.

    Can’t make it to the dropoff event? Book a Large Item Pickup and we will pick up your unwanted items
    right from your curb! It’s easy to
    book online at surrey.ca/largeitems or call 6045907289 (Option 3).


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