POINT PLEASANT — The countywide clean-up day is this Saturday, May 15 at the Mason County Career Center.
Items will be accepted on Saturday from 8 a.m. – 4 p.m., said Sam Nibert, Mason County Commission President and chairman of Mason County Solid Waste Authority.
Those wanting to drop off their unwanted items must be residents of Mason County and provide a proof of residency with a name and address, such as a driver’s license. Items can be deposited at no cost to the resident.
Acceptable items would be household items: furniture, toys, appliances, tools, box springs, mattresses, carpet, electronic waste, televisions, computers, servers, monitors, keyboards, speakers, stereo equipment, cameras, CD and DVD players, video game systems, phones, microwaves, hot water heaters and many other items.
Unacceptable items include tires, gas tanks, propane tanks, paint and any other hazardous items.
For any questions concerning the Mason County clean up day, residents may call (304) 675-7855 for more information.
The annual Mason County clean-up day returned a few years ago to give residents an opportunity to clean up their properties and homes at no cost, Nibert previously told the Point Pleasant Register.