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Norwalk to recycle resident mattresses and box springs – for free

NORWALK, Conn. – This is a press release, presented in the format in which it was sent:

 

City of Norwalk Hosts Special Drop-Off Event

Saturday November 4, 2017

Free Recycling of Mattresses & Box Springs

 

On Saturday November 4, 2017, the City of Norwalk will be accepting mattresses and box springs for free. The free collection program will recycle the mattresses and box springs through the Mattress Recycling Council’s Connecticut Bye Bye Mattress Program. For additional information regarding this program, please visit www.ByeByeMattress.com  or call 1-855-700-9973.

The mattress drop-off will be on Saturday November 4, 2017 from 9:00 am – 1:00 pm.

The mattress drop-off location is:

Norwalk Public Works Center

15 South Smith Street

Norwalk, CT

In the parking area next to the gas pumps

This Special Mattress Drop-Off Event is open to City of Norwalk residents only.

Mattresses and Box Springs must be dry and intact.

For more information, please visit the Norwalk website at www.norwalkct.org or contact the Customer Service Center at (203) 854-3200.

 

This press release was posted as a public service. A press release is a written announcement submitted to news organizations to publicize an event or activity, a milestone or a point of view. NancyOnNorwalk has not researched the assertions made and takes no responsibility for the content.

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