DM Disposal’s Spring clean-up grace week begins Monday

The waste company will pick up Bonney Lake customers' extra garbage, recycling and yard waste as well as one appliance at no additional charge.

Shake off the dust of winter with the annual Spring Clean Up week beginning April 9 in Bonney Lake.

Each year, D.M. Disposal picks up extra garbage, recycling and yard waste as well as one appliance at no additional charge for customers who live in Bonney Lake.

The additional pickups must be a curbside pick-up only (no alley access) and residents may be put out up to three extra cans, weighing no more than 45 pounds each. Extra cans of garbage or yard waste should be placed for curbside pick up by 7 a.m. April 12.

Households are also allowed to leave one appliance, including refrigerators, stoves, microwaves, dishwashers, freezers, hot water heaters, washers and dryers. Appliances must be placed for pick up by Monday morning.

Spring Clean Up is available only to customers living inside Bonney Lake city limits. The offer does not extend to customers with accounts in unincorporated Pierce County.

Spring Clean Up Week is scheduled for April 9 to 13. For more information, contact D.M. Disposal at 1-888-806-7048.

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