The following is a press release issued by Caltrans:
Caltrans, the County of Mendocino, Solid Wastes of Willits, Round Valley Indian Tribes, and the Round Valley Area Municipal Advisory Council will host a free large item Dump Week where residents can properly dispose of their unwanted, bulky items. This Dump Week event is made possible by Governor Gavin Newsom’s Clean California initiative, a sweeping $1.1 billion, multiyear clean-up effort led by Caltrans to remove trash, create thousands of jobs and engage communities to transform public spaces.
Who: Covelo area residents
What: Free Large Item Dump Week
When: Monday, August 22 – Saturday, August 27, 9 a.m. – 3 p.m. or until capacity is reached
Where: Covelo Transfer Station, 90500 Refuse Road, Covelo
This Dump Day collection is limited to furniture, appliances, mattresses, scrap metal, accumulated trash, tires (limit 9 per load), and other large, bulky household items. No construction materials, business waste, electronics, hazardous waste, treated wood waste, or asbestos of any type will be accepted. Clean California Dump Days are open to all residents in the area.
This is part of a series of Dump Day events planned for Del Norte, Humboldt, Lake, and Mendocino Counties. Future events include Casper and Willits communities. Please remember to secure your load.
Dump Day events are organized to further the Department’s goal of keeping California highways and waterways litter-free as part of the Clean California Initiative.
Thank you Solid waste of willits for staying local and prices fair and honest and not selling out to cooperation at end day Ca,ltrans is getting billions from the state they should have there own long haul truck to take items to land fill when media gone end week all names mentioned Solid waste still be trying to haul out garbage Cal Trans paid cost when solid waste employees are underpaid and equipment out dated has hard time getting everyones else garbage to land fill from Waste management and C&S being they have the only transfer station in Area really state should compensate tax payers money tribes should not even be let in on this being they trash own land and don’t pay tax’s let alone have gambling money they got own dump trucks and equipment so easy for everyone get noticed pat on back paid when come saturday the underpaid solid waste employees and equipment still be trying get garbage out county for months to come with out price increase to cover what now coming out there own pockit