Storm Debris Collection Guidelines for Montgomery County, Maryland
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Once power has been restored throughout the County and operations are back to normal, the Montgomery County Department of Transportation (MCDOT) will provide special storm debris collection. The date the collections will begin and additional details will be provided as soon as the information is available. Residents will be asked to place storm debris in the public right-of-way, ensuring that sidewalks, driveways and roads are not blocked.
Residents may also continue to use County-provided trash and yard trim curbside collection or drop off disposables at the Transfer Station.
Curbside Collection of Yard Trimmings:
Bag, bundle, or containerize branches, limbs and yard trim and place at curb on trash day. Bundles should not exceed 30 inches in diameter and branches should be no larger than four feet in length and four inches in diameter. Total weight must be less than 45 pounds for containers, bags and bundles.
For more information, visit : http://www6.montgomerycountymd.gov/apps/News/press/PR_details.asp?PrID=8652
Posted on ActiveRain as a community service. The Friday night derecho caused much damage and there are still thousands of Montgomery County families with no electric power.
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