CURBSIDE CART COLLECTION

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The City of Leduc’s Curbside Cart Collection and Recycling is coming September 17th. The City currently is displaying the two different collection carts that will be provided to all homeowners by the end of September at City Hall.

For the first time the collection will collect organics in a separate container. Each residential utility user will be receiving a package informing them of what they will need to know to partake in the program. 

At the same time the City will go from a four-day collection cycle to a five-day cycle. Residents wishing to see the new schedule can download a copy at the       City’s website:   

http://www.leduc.ca/City_Government/Departments/Environmental_Services/Curbside_Cart_Collection_and_Recycling.htm

Additional information will be made available near the end of August.

 

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