Sanipac resuming trash collection after snow-related delays

Residents should put their trash out on their regular collection day.

Posted: Feb 28, 2019 7:23 PM
Updated: Mar 1, 2019 8:14 AM

EUGENE, Ore. --  Sanipac is set to resume their garbage collection services after being delayed due to the snow.

Aaron Donley, a Sanipac spokesman, said everyone should continue to set out their trash as usual and be patient while they work to catch up.

"Stay on your normal (trash) schedule, and we'll get you collected as we catch up today, tomorrow and next week," Donley said.

He also said that if you collected extra bags or cans of trash due to the delays in service, you can set them out and they will be picked up at no additional charge.

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