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Green Bay sets new fees for bulk trash pickups

7:52 AM, May 7, 2013  |  Comments
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City of Green Bay residents soon will face new charges for curbside pickup of construction waste and other bulky trash.

Starting May 20, the city will charge $45 per cubic yard for hauling away construction, remodeling or demolition waste. The city previously hauled up to 3 cubic yards for free.

The new policy applies to roofing, drywall, flooring, carpeting, toilets, sinks, air conditioners, cabinets, bricks and other such material.

The city's $70 fee remains unchanged for up to 3 cubic yards of furniture, beds, exercise equipment, bicycles or other bulky items that do not fit into a 32-gallon trash container.

Also unchanged is a $35 fee for hauling refrigerators or freezers and $25 for other appliances.

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