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CITY OF NEWARK REMINDS RESIDENTS: BULK TRASH WILL BE PICKED UP
IN ZONE A, TOMORROW, WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 19, AS SCHEDULED
Residents with questions should call Newark’s Non-Emergency Call Center at (973) 733-4311;
Zone B pick-ups will take place on Wednesday, February 26
Newark, NJ – Mayor Luis A. Quintana, the Newark Municipal Council, and Acting Director of Neighborhood and Recreational Services Amos Crudup reminded residents today that bulk trash-pickups in Zone A, scheduled for tomorrow, Wednesday, February 19, will take place. The next bulk pick-ups for Zone B will take place on Wednesday, February 26.
“The City of Newark has faced many challenges over the past few weeks due to the heavy snowfall which has impacted our region. I commend Director Crudup and our sanitation team for their resilience so we can continue to meet our obligation to pick up bulk trash tomorrow and next Wednesday. I urge our residents to help us keep Newark clean by following our sanitation ordinances,” Mayor Quintana said.
“As we continue to recover from the heavy snowfall, we are resuming our bulk trash collection,” said Acting Director Crudup. “I urge all of our residents to support our sanitation ordinances, and put out their bulk trash appropriately on those two days.”
For more information about any City of Newark program or policy, contact the Non-Emergency Call Center at (973) 733-4311.
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