COMMUNITY CLEAN UP

The City of Airway Heights and Waste Management want to help Airway Heights residents clean up their properties by providing several opportunities to dispose of unwanted junk, trash, home project leftovers, and yard waste this Spring, Summer, and Fall.

Different from past years of dumping at the park, this event is offered as part of the residential collection contract between WM and the City of Airway Heights. Residents that subscribe to regular collection services will receive a Post Card Voucher in the mail allowing 2 free trips per pass to :

Spokane Waste to Energy Facility
2900 S Geiger Blvd, Spokane, WA 99224

SCHEDULED CLEAN UP DUMP DAYS

FRIDAY MAY 14TH – SUNDAY MAY 23RD

FRIDAY JULY 9TH – SUNDAY JULY 18TH

FRIDAY AUGUST 20TH – SUNDAY AUGUST 29TH

FRIDAY OCTOBER 15TH – SUNDAY OCTOBER 24TH

IMPORTANT!

Post Card Voucher must be presented at time of disposal.

Participants must come prepared to unload their own items, and observe load size limits of two standard pickup bed loads. No trailers or moving trucks.

SECURE YOUR LOAD! The Waste to Energy Facility will assess a fee to citizens who bring in unsecured loads of trash or yard waste. WM reserve the right to refuse items that are not listed, or items that are contaminated or too large/heavy to safely handle.

ACCEPTED ITEMS – YES!

  • HOUSEHOLD GARBAGE
    All garbage must be bagged.
  • CLEAN GREEN No stumps
    Grass, leaves, plant trimmings, branches (no larger than 3″ in diameter, and 6′ long), wood chips, and unflocked/ undecorated Christmas trees.
  • LARGE APPLIANCES Limit 3 items
    Stoves, washers, dryers, dishwashers, freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, and water heaters.
  • MISCELLANEOUS
    Lawn mowers Must be free of fuel and oil
    Small appliances, non-reusable household junk. Tires Limit 4
    Paint Must be solidified first

NOT ACCEPTED – NO!

  • HAZARDOUS WASTE
  • AUTOMOTIVE WASTE
    All automotive fluids, car batteries, running gears, and automotive body parts.
  • PRODUCTS CONTAINING MERCURY
    Thermometers, thermostats, fluorescent bulbs and tubes, mercury added batteries, and switches.
  • MISCELLANEOUS
    Commercially generated waste, biological waste, medications, radioactive waste, tires, asbestos, sharps/ medical waste, and animal carcasses.