Junk Pickup Dates for 2009 Available Online
Curbside junk pickup will continue in the urban services district (old city limits) in 2009, but residents must check the city website or call MetroCall to get information on their pickup dates.
Recycle Your Christmas Tree After the Holidays
Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced a program to help residents recycle their live Christmas trees into nutrient-rich mulch.
New Toys for Christmas? Recycle Old Electronics
Mayor Jerry Abramson encouraged families who might be receiving new computers, televisions or video game systems for the holidays to recycle outdated electronics through CyberCycle, the city’s electronics recycling program.
Fourth Annual Free Community Shredding Event
Mayor Jerry Abramson today urged Louisville residents to begin collecting documents and materials now for the annual free community shredding event at the Louisville Zoo on Saturday, October 4 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Abramson Announces Free Spring Junk Drop-Off Day
Mayor Jerry Abramson today announced details of the city’s free, semi-annual bulk waste and junk drop-off collection day April 20th.
City Offers Free Storm Debris Drop-Off
Metro Solid Waste is offering Louisville residents a chance to drop off storm debris from the recent windstorm for free.
Louisville Wins National Recycling Award
Louisville’s aluminum can recycling program crushed the competition in a nationwide contest sponsored by the U.S. Conference of Mayors.