Wagner Ford Landfill Agrees to Add Saturday Hours
To Assist with Dayton’s ‘Green Debris’ Disposal Efforts
Release Date: Tuesday, May 3, 2011
Contact: Fred Stovall, Director of Public Work, 333-4070
The City of Dayton is encouraging residents, neighborhood groups and community organizations to take advantage of newly extended Saturday hours at the Wagner Ford Landfill by planning a voluntary “Green Debris Clean-Up Day” on Saturday, May 21.
Operators of the landfill at 2670 Wagner Ford Road have agreed to expand their normal Monday-Friday operation to include Saturday hours as well. The facility will now be open Saturdays from 8:00 a.m.-noon, with the third Saturday of each month offering longer 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. hours of operation. The “Green Debris Clean-Up Day” on May 21 will take advantage of the longer operating hours.
Dayton residents and groups are encouraged to use this opportunity to remove any remaining “green debris” from recent storms by dropping them off at the landfill on May 21. Green debris is limited to leaves, branches, grass clippings, tree limbs, etc. No trash, recycling products, plastic bags, or bulky waste items are accepted.
The green debris can be disposed of at the Wagner Ford Landfill in any format – items are not required to be bagged, bundled or sorted.
“Residents can bring their green debris to the landfill by pick-up truck, car, trailer, wagon or any other method they choose,” said Fred Stovall, Director of the City of Dayton’s Department of Public Works. “The extended hours of operation offer a great opportunity for the community to collect any left-over storm debris and get rid of it once and for all. We especially encourage schools, churches and neighborhood groups to take advantage of the extended service hours on May 21 to coordinate their own ‘green debris’ collection activities that day.”
The Wagner Ford Landfill’s normal hours of operation are 7:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. The facility is closed on holidays. The new extended Saturday hours will be in effect through the end of July.