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What Cuyahoga County residents need to know about trash collection changes due to COVID-19

There are changes due to the current pandemic.

CLEVELAND — The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District wants residents to know what changes have been made as a result of the current coronavirus pandemic.

Bulk waste collection has been suspended in most communities and all waste must be contained in a cart.

Donation centers such as Goodwill, The Salvation Army and others are closed. Residents are asked not to dump unwanted goods at these locations.

Scrap metal recycling facilities are closed to the public.

Residents are advised to check local websites for changes in trash pick up.

Waste collection workers are essential workers and provide a needed service.

The Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District is a public agency that helps people in the county reduce, reuse and recycle waste.

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