Spring cleaning campaign starts in White Sulphur Springs

Greenbrier County
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WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, W. Va. (WVNS) —  Now that it is starting to feel like spring, many people are taking the opportunity to do a little spring cleaning.

The City of White Sulphur Springs is hoping to make the chore of cleaning a little bit easier, while keeping their streets tidy.

White Sulphur Springs mayor, Bruce Bowling, explained the city has recently started a spring cleanup campaign, hoping to get rid of people’s unwanted trash.

“Everybody thinks when spring hits, everybody wants to get out, and everybody wants their property to look nice. Most of all, we want your neighbors to think your property looks nice,” Bowling said.

Bowling said spring cleaning started at the beginning of April, and their efforts have already made a major impact. All you have to do to participate in the cleanup is move your unwanted trash to the curb.

“It’s a good way to help those folks who really can’t afford to haul their stuff to the landfill. This is how we can help you do that, at no cost to you,” Bowling said.

From appliances, recyclables and even abandoned cars, volunteers and city employees will properly dispose of all the excess trash.

The free spring cleanup lasts until May 31, 2018. 

The city will not pick up tires, concrete chunks, and hazardous materials such as oil, gas and acids.

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