Riverside ‘C.U.R.E.’ free bulky item and e-waste drop-off event

Jan Young

The City of Riverside’s C.U.R.E. program will be holding their quarterly bulky item and e-waste drop off event on Saturday, March 3, from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. at the City Corporation Yard at 8095 Lincoln Avenue, near Adams Street, in Riverside.

C.U.R.E. (Clean Up Riverside’s Environment) is a program that focuses on promoting the value of having a clean city, raising consciousness of litter habits, and improving overall community pride and involvement.

Items accepted include furniture, computers and monitors, printers, televisions, large household items, refrigerators, tires, washing machines, dryers, air conditioning units, stoves, ovens, ranges, toaster ovens — basically anything that’s too big to fit into residential trash containers.

Also allowed at this event are household batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and CFL’s.

This free drop-off service is available to Riverside city residents only; proof of residency required (such as a utility bill).

As part of its CURE campaign, the city hosts periodic bulky item and electronic waste collection events.

For additional information, visit the city website at www.riversideca.gov/cure/or call 951-826-5311

NOTE:  No hazardous waste will be collected at this event.  Hazardous waste items may be taken to the Riverside County Household Hazardous Waste Facility at 1780 Agua Mansa Road in Riverside on any non-holiday Saturday.

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Wednesday, February 29, 2012

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