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Norwalk To Conduct Bulk Item Collection

Norwalk has set the dates for bulk collection.
Norwalk has set the dates for bulk collection. Photo Credit: File

NORWALK, Conn. -- The City of Norwalk has just released its collection calendar for any bulk items residents might need picked up for disposal and Saturday is the first day.

Items should be curbside by 7 a.m. on your scheduled pick-up day and include items such as mattresses, furniture, appliances, and other large items that aren't part of your normal weekly garbage collection.

This id  2015/2016 Bulk Item Collection Schedule:  

• Saturday 10/31/15: Residents with Wednesday garbage collection 

• Saturday 4/16/16: Residents with Thursday garbage collection 

• Saturday 4/23/16: Residents with Friday garbage collection 

Items should not be placed by a mailbox, fence, or utility pole and can't block sidewalks or streets. Each residence is limited to six-cubic-yards per residence (about the size of a couch and large chair with small items placed on top; or 6-feet-long by 6-feet wide-by 4-feet-tall). 

Please don't place items on your neighbor's build piles and don't put out cardboard boxes, filled or empty. Residents are also asked to place like items together, for example, metal with metal, rugs with rugs, etc.

Items that can't be picked up include: Hazardous and liquid waste; vehicle and motor parts, propane tanks (bring to Norwalk Transfer Station); construction and remodeling debris or clothing and textiles. 

For more information, call 203-854-3200 or visit

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