Residents will have place to dispose of junk this spring

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 SHEPHERDSVILLE - Bullitt County residents get your junk ready.

The annual spring clean up days, sponsored by Bullitt Fiscal Court, will be held on Saturday, April 26, and on Saturday, May 10.

According to Larry Hatfield, director of the county’s solid waste program, the dumpsters will be at several locations from 8 a.m. until 4 p.m.

Road department employees, as well as inmates with the Bullitt County Detention Center, will be on-hand to assist residents in placing the junk items into dumpsters.

On Saturday, April 26, disposal sites will be at North Bullitt High School, Nichols Fire Department and Bullitt East High School.

On Saturday, May 10, the collection sites will be at the old Shepherdsville High School (which is now the parking lot for the Greater Bullitt County Youth Football and Cheerleading League) and at Lebanon Junction Elementary School.

There is no cost to dispose of items. You must be a Bullitt County resident to participate and ID will be checked.

Hatfield said the normal policies apply - no hazardous materials, no household garbage and no tires.

Rumpke won the bid to supply the dumpsters.