CITY OF GREENSBORO Contact: Chris Marriott
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Phone: 336-373-7612
Reminder: Solid Waste and Recycling Collection Days Will
Change for 16K Customers Next Week
GREENSBORO, NC (April 7, 2021) – Beginning the week of April 12, some Greensboro residents will see changes to their solid waste and/or recycling collection service. These changes are being made in order to meet growing service needs and to balance daily workloads for City crews. Approximately 16,000 residents will have a new collection service day or recycling week – all affected residents should have received a day change notice and/or new calendar in the mail. Other ways to find out if your service day is changing include:
* Visiting www.greensboro-nc.gov/collects<www.greensboro-nc.gov/collects> and type in your address to see if your service day is changing. You can also sign up for automated phone, email or text reminders to help you remember the new date, and print a calendar with your new recycling service week.
* Calling 336-373-CITY (2489). Staff will let you know if your service day is changing. They can also sign you up for automated phone, email or text service reminders to help you remember the new date.
* Viewing the map<www.greensboro-nc.gov/Home/ShowDocument?id=48394> showing locations of collection changes.
* Using the GSO Collects app on your smartphone to get regular collection service reminders. Download the app from the Google Play or iOS stores. If you currently use the GSO Collects app, your service day will automatically be updated and you will receive correct service notifications.
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Amanda Lehmert, Senior Communications Specialist (She/her/hers)
Communications and Marketing
City of Greensboro
PO Box 3136, Greensboro, NC 27402-3136
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