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Windsor Holiday Suspension of Hard-sided Container

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City of Windsor Issues Temporary Holiday Suspension of Hard-sided Container Requirement

Residents are advised that the hard-sided container requirement in our municipal by-law will be suspended until January 7, 2018 to accommodate extra waste over the holidays.

This means residents may place a maximum of two (2) garbage bags (no heavier than 20kgs/44lbs) alongside their garbage containers.  Note: this does not include furniture, appliances, electronics, loose material or household chemical waste.

Residents are reminded not to place garbage bags on top of their garbage pails.  The City will be collecting “extra” bags in recognition of the additional garbage produced during the holidays.

The hard-sided container requirement will once again become effective January 8, 2018

Residents are encouraged to recycle all wrapping paper and boxes.  Paper bags and boxes can be used for any recycling that does not fit in the red box.

For further information on waste and recycling, visit www.citywindsor.ca or call 311.

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