The City of Douglas and Transwaste are offering one junk drop-off day in January – Saturday, Jan. 5 -- at the City Pole Yard located at Pearl Avenue from 8 a.m.-noon.
A dumpster will be placed the City Pole Yard, located on Pearl Avenue, to offer Douglas residents a way to dispose of large, non-hazardous items and electronic items at no cost. No one will be available to help unload items. The City is not responsible for any damages that occur during unloading. NO CONSTRUCTION MATERIAL/DEBRIS or business/commercial dumping will be allowed. This is RESIDENTIAL drop-off collection only for residents of Douglas. Those dropping off items are asked to provide proof of Douglas residency – NO landlords or commercial businesses may drop off. Douglas residents can drop off a full body pickup load or two small utility trailers. Max drop off is two loads.
Acceptable brown and white good items include furniture, washing machines, refrigerators, dryers, stoves, microwaves, television and other items. Please drain all chemicals from appliances. This does not apply to construction materials/debris, hazardous chemicals such as paints/solvents, household cleaners, pesticides/herbicides, motor oil, antifreeze, batteries, or tires. Proof of Douglas residency is required to drop off items at the designated location. This is only for households in city limits of Douglas.
Douglas citizens who attempt to dump materials deemed as construction material or commercial will not be allowed and will be asked to leave. Construction/debris items should be taken to the Coffee County Landfill located at 1219 Landfill Road off of Hwy 206 W. Saturday times at the landfill are 8 a.m. – Noon. There is a charge for dumping items at the landfill.
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