WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) - Starting Thursday and lasting more than two weeks, West Lafayette residents can take part in the city's annual Spring Clean and Goodwill Donation days.
The city says Thursday through May 17, it will put roll-off rubbish containers at select locations near Purdue's campus.
The city is once again partnering with Goodwill Industries of Indiana, which will operate manned collection sites for two days during the program.
It's all meant to help manage an overabundance of rubbish, debris and household items leftover as a result of the student spring move-out period.
Goodwill collection sites will be at the Burtsfield Center at 1800 N. Salisbury street and the Morton Community Cener parking lot at 222 N. Chauncey Avenue from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
If you're not able to visit a collection site, you can schedule a pickup of items by calling Goodwill at 1-855-GW-PIK-UP or by heading to its website.
Non-working electronics such as old computers, printers and TVs can be recycled at Oscar Winski Company of Lafayette.
Roll-off containers can be found at the following locations through May 17:
• Vine and Pearl streets
• Vine Street and Stadium Avenue
• Chauncey Avenue and Williams Street
• Lutz and Salisbury streets
• Grant and Harrison streets
• Garfield and Evergreen streets
Prohibited items for the roll-off containers include: refrigerators, freezers, humidifiers, explosives, hazardous waste, tires, paint grass, dirt, brush, gravel, sod, brick, concrete, antifreeze, fertilizer, pesticides or flammables.
You can contact the West Lafayette Street Department at 765-775-5242 to report problems.
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