City of Saginaw MI -
Severe Winter Storm May Impact Trash Collection
MMWA and collection vendor, Waste Management, are watching the weathercasts carefully to determine what services may be possible during the severe winter storm forecast to hit mid day today and continue into tomorrow. The winter storm is expected to drop 8-10” of snow in our area and this afternoon, snow is supposed to be very heavy. Consequently, solid waste collection services for Mid Michigan Waste Authority members will likely be impacted. Some areas may not be serviceable due to these conditions.
Given the snowfall anticipated, member communities serviced Thursday and Friday who have roads/areas found to be impassable, will not have collection service reattempts until the assigned collection day next week. In order to keep service proceeding for the entire Waste Authority, if service must be cancelled due to severe weather, regularly scheduled communities will not have service until their collection day next week.
Please notify residents who call your office regarding services of the above, and have them remove materials from the curb if still there at end of day and set out again on their normal service day next week. It is likely that many residents will not even attempt to place waste items at the curb given the storm.
MMWA staff will provide information regarding collection service impacts, areas that are not serviceable and if collection service is cancelled, to the communities who are impacted where applicable. Thank you for your support as MMWA and WM work to effectively and efficiently address impacts the projected winter storm may cause solid waste collection services.
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