Spring Clean Up Week
2020 Spring Clean-Up Week: POSTPONED DUE TO THE COVID-19 PANDEMIC
During Spring Clean-Up Week, we are proud to offer the opportunity for residents to put additional trash out for pickup. All items must be on the street the evening before the normal pickup day.
Please feel free to put the following items out for this special pickup:
Additional bags of trash
Barbeque grills (make sure the tank is off)
Loose brush (a maximum of one truckload per residence)
Please be mindful that the following items are excluded from pick-up: any item weighing over 50 pounds or too bulky for one person to handle, any liquid wastes, appliances, computer equipment, construction and demolition materials (including carpet and flooring), furniture, mattresses/box springs, motor oil, paints, televisions, exercise equipment, and tires. Large items, such as furniture, carpeting, padding, mattresses and box springs can be disposed of at the Transfer Station for a fee (PDF).
All leaves and grass must be placed in bags or containers with a maximum capacity of 30 gallons; and, each container must have a yard waste sticker in order to be picked up.
The loose brush will be picked up during Spring Cleanup week, there is a maximum of one truckload per residence. Property owners having more truckload may take the brush to the Medina County Compost Facility on Lake Road in Westfield Township. Any leaves and grass must be placed in bags or containers with a maximum capacity of 30 gallons, and each container must have a yard waste sticker in order to be picked up.
Stickers are available year-round for $1 each at the Utility Office in City Hall or at the Transfer Station. Giant Eagle, Buehler’s and Hometown Market. Any container having mixed yard waste and trash will not be picked up.
Residents with Wadsworth trash service may dispose of large items, such as furniture, carpeting and padding, or mattresses and box springs, by taking them to the Transfer Station where they will be charged fees based on total cubic yards.
There is a $2 charge at the Transfer Station for computer monitors, hard drives, printers, scanners, etc., to cover charges to the City by the Central Processing Facility. Most computer parts may be dropped off at the Central Processing Facility in Medina for free, with the exception of CRT monitors which are $5. The Medina County Commissioners have arranged with the RET3 Job Corporation to recycle the reusable parts of the televisions; so, both the Transfer Station and the Central Processing Facility will accept TVs 19 inch or smaller for $5 each or anything larger for $10.
Questions on pick-ups may be directed to the Transfer Station at 330-335-2847.