The City of
Marshalltown will hold a spring clean-up day on Saturday, May 19th,
from 8-11:30am at the 101 Iowa Avenue West, in the parking lot of what used to be Econofoods. Large
dumpsters will be available for residents to drop off items that normally have
to go to the landfill due to size or type. Metal items will also be taken but will need to separated from other
items. Those bringing items should plan to unload their own vehicle. Items that will NOT be
accepted include tires, trees or other compost items, recyclables, regular
household trash, hazardous wastes and appliances.
hazardous wastes, like cleaning products, batteries, and pesticides, will be
accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste drop-off on May 19th, from
8am to 12pm at Marshalltown Water Pollution Control Plant at 1001 Woodland
Street, east of Riverview Park. This
annual event provides a safe way for Marshall County residents to safely
dispose of hazardous items around the house. Call Metro Waste Hazardous Waste at 1-888-603-CREW with questions.
also take advantage of free appliance drop-off. Gervich and Sons is accepting appliances free of charge until May 31st,
at 901 East Nevada Street. Call
641-753-3359 for more information. TV’s,
computer monitors, and water softeners will not be accepted. Metal items can also be dropped off at
Gervich and Sons during regular business hours year round in large dumpster
near the entrance.