Bulky Trash Curbside Collection

Bulky Trash Curbside Collection

Community Cleanup: Bulky Trash Curbside Collection
Community Cleanup Week is scheduled twice a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall, and will occur on residents’ regularly scheduled residential curbside collection days. Place unwanted bulk items on the curb along with your regular carts by 6 a.m.
2020 Spring Cleanup: May 18-22
2020 Fall Cleanup: October 19-23

These typically include broken appliances, water heaters, furniture, old mattresses (please wrap mattresses prior to setting out – special mattress disposal bags can be purchased at hardware stores or online), yard waste, and other miscellaneous bulky household items. All yard waste will be recycled and must be bagged or bundled. Tree trimmings should be cut into 3-foot lengths and tied securely into bundles not greater than 18 inches in diameter.
Debris from contractors, landscapers or commercial businesses will not be accepted. No hazardous waste will be accepted.

Bulky Trash Curbside Collection

Bulky Trash Curbside Collection

Community Cleanup: Bulky Trash Curbside Collection
Community Cleanup Week is scheduled twice a year, once in the Spring and once in the Fall, and will occur on residents’ regularly scheduled residential curbside collection days. Place unwanted bulk items on the curb along with your regular carts by 6 a.m.
2020 Spring Cleanup: May 18-22
2020 Fall Cleanup: October 19-23

These typically include broken appliances, water heaters, furniture, old mattresses (please wrap mattresses prior to setting out – special mattress disposal bags can be purchased at hardware stores or online), yard waste, and other miscellaneous bulky household items. All yard waste will be recycled and must be bagged or bundled. Tree trimmings should be cut into 3-foot lengths and tied securely into bundles not greater than 18 inches in diameter.
Debris from contractors, landscapers or commercial businesses will not be accepted. No hazardous waste will be accepted.

Bulky Trash Curbside Collection

EDCO Disposal FREE Shredding Event

Free Shredding and e-waste recycling event down at City Hall.  Sponsored by City of Coronado and EDCO Disposal.

Clean up and clear out.  As part of your spring cleaning routine, get a good jump on getting rid of your old sensitive papers and old computers, printers, phones, etc.  

FREE Paper Shredding Event

EDCO and the City of Coronado will be sponsoring a FREE Paper Shredding and E-Waste Collection event on Saturday, April 21, 2018, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m., at City Hall located at 1825 Strand Way. This free event gives Coronado residents an opportunity to dispose of personal documents and electronic waste safely.

Would you like to discard old bank statements and other personal records, but are concerned with identity theft? Bring up to two bankers boxes (10” x 12” x 15”) per household and have them shredded on site. Unwanted electronics will also be collected including TVs, computer monitors, printers, fax machines, VCRs, DVD players and answering machines.

This free event is open to Coronado residents only. For more information, please call (619) 287-7555. Please, no household hazardous waste (HHW) material, household appliances or trash. Such items will not be accepted at this event.