2024 Spring & Fall BULK Clean-Up Days

Spring Curb-side Bulk Clean-Up

Early on the morning of Saturday, May 18, the Town will provide a curb-side bulk trash pick-up.
Your items should be placed at your curb by Friday evening.  
Any objects not out at that time will have to be stored by the property owner until the next scheduled bulk collection in the Fall.

NO TVs, Computer Monitors or Computers

Acceptable Items: Metal appliances (washing machines, clothes dryers, dishwashers, ovens, stove, BBQ grills, water heaters, microwave ovens, and other appliances), furniture (wood, metal & plastic), carpet (rolled & tied), mattresses & box springs, miscellaneous junk and other items that are too large or too heavy to be placed inside a trash bag.

Unacceptable Items: Televisions and computer monitors, computers, any item with Freon gas (air conditioning units, refrigerators and dehumidifiers), car batteries and automotive parts, tires, toxic materials, construction & remodeling items (including drywall, counter-tops, toilets & sinks, bathtubs, lumber, shingles, siding, concrete block & bricks), propane tanks and yard waste (grass, sticks, plants, and tree limbs)

AVW can take empty paint containers. To properly dispose of paint cans, paint must be completely hardened within the can and the lid must be off.

Fall Clean-Up and Recycling Event

Town of Boonsboro residents can bring unwanted bulky items to the parking lot in Shafer Park on Saturday, October 14th from 8 am until 12 noon for discarding, recycling and donating. 

Volunteers will be available to help unload and sort. Horizon Goodwill Industries, Habitat ReStore - Washington County and Conservit, Inc. will be on-site to accept donations. Several dumpsters will be available for disposal of unusable items. Usable items will be salvaged and available during the day for FREE.

The following will be accepted for RECYCLING:
All electronic devices (including TVs, cables, monitors), all metal appliances, any type of scrap metal, bicycles, all types of batteries, furniture, eye glasses, Christmas tree lights and car seats. We will also take other hard plastics to recycle, such as buckets, resin patio chairs and 'Little Tike' type children's play equipment, appliances containing Freon/refrigerants.

Also, the glass crushing machine will be set up by Jim King of Crushin' It. Bring a bucket or more of food grade bottles (labels okay, but no caps/lids) and take home a bucket of sand.

Unacceptable items include opened cans of paint, tires, construction and remodeling debris (including concrete and bricks) and toxic materials

**Event is RAIN OR SHINE**

**Citizens must show proof of in-town residency, such as a driver's license or a Town utility bill unless strictly dropping of donations or recyclables.**
**Residents unable to transport large items to the Park should hold those items until the Spring Curbside Clean-Up in May 2024.**


Washington County 40 West Landfill Televisions cost $20 to throw away at the Landfill