DM Disposal’s annual ‘Fall Clean-up’ set for next week in Sumner

Residents may put out additional garbage and/or yard waste on Tuesday and one appliance beginning Monday.

DM Disposal is hosting their annual fall clean up this week in Sumner.

Residents may put out additional garbage and/or yard waste on Tuesday and one appliance beginning Monday.

Clean-up coupons should have arrived in the mail this past week.

Residents may put out up to three 32-gallon garbage cans or bags and up to three 32-gallon cans or bags of yard waste.

Acceptable appliances include ranges, refrigerators, freezers, furnaces, dishwashers, washing machines, water heaters and air conditioners.

If you have any questions, email DMDisposal@wasteconnections.com or call 7:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday to speak with a customer service representative at 253-414-0347.

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