Kitchener to begin street-by-street cleanup of storm debris on Wednesday – Kitchener
The City of Kitchener says it will be driving from street to street on Wednesday to complete the cleanup after last week’s storm.
So far the city has worked to clear up urgent and dangerous debris, but now it will focus on the rest of the waste created by the violent June 29 storm.
The city asked people to be patient, as the process is expected to take place throughout July due to a high volume of storm-related waste to be disposed of.
Cleaners do not return to a street once it has been cleared, so the rubble should be placed on the curb before Wednesday. It should be separated from normal waste.
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Smaller branches and storm waste can also be collected using the region’s regular yard waste program using approved containers or bundles.
No waste is accepted at the city’s leaf dispensing points.
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