A bulky goods collection was one of a number of environmental events organized by Keep North Fulton Beautiful for client cities including Johns Creek. The Johns Creek City Council has voted to terminate its contract with the organization, effective Nov. 18. Peter Macdiarmid / Getty Images
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Tires, furniture, chemicals: Ditch bulky stuff at a Fulton clean-up day

Everyone has something. That one thing that has collected dust or piles of other things.

The city of South Fulton will help you rid yourself of that something on Nov. 16., the city announced.

You can pitch cardboard, furniture and tires at the following three sites:

• Creel Park, 2775 Creel Road, 8 a.m. to 2 p.m.

• South Fulton Service Center, 5601 Stonewall Tell Road, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

• Merk Mills Transfer Station, 3225 Merk Road, 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.

There will also be document shredding.


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The Merk Mills location will also take adhesives, aerosols, pool chemicals, fluorescent bulbs, art supplies, paint and photography chemicals.

No location will take the following prohibited items: agricultural waste, ammunition, pharmaceuticals, radioactive waste, bio-hazardous waste, mercury, lawn-care products, batteries, construction debris nor yard waste.

For residents of South Fulton who are age 65 and older, call the Citizen Response Center at 470-552-4311 by Friday, Nov. 8, for the options to get curbside pickup.


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