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September 12, 2019
Keep Santa Fe Beautiful

Wants You to Join Annual Toss No Mas Fall Cleanup on Saturday, September 21

Clean Up Your Own Neighborhood Or Explore A New Area

 The annual Keep Santa Fe Beautiful (KSFB) Toss No Mas Fall Cleanup Day is scheduled for Saturday, September 21, from 9:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Same-day registration is from 7:00 a.m. to 9 a.m. inside the Parks building at 1142 Siler Road. Bags, gloves, t-shirts and refreshments will also be available for pickup in the Parks building during this time. 

City residents are encouraged to register themselves or their group in advance online at www.santafenm.gov/KSFBevents or by calling (505) 955-2254. Participants may register to clean up their own neighborhood or another location, but should stay away from hazardous areas. Safety is a priority: everyone conducting a cleanup should wear long pants and long-sleeved shirts, thick-soled closed shoes, and avoid picking up dangerous items like hypodermic needles, sharp objects, old car batteries, animal carcasses or other unidentified, questionable objects.

KSFB partners with the Environmental Services Division (ESD) and Parks & Recreation to provide support and trash/recycling pickup during the cleanup. For additional safety information, more details about Toss No Mas, and a link to the online registration form, please visit the KSFB website www.keepsantafebeautiful.org

Toss No Mas is held in conjunction with the Santa Fe Solid Waste Management Agency’s Trash Amnesty Day, located at the Buckman Road Recycling and Transfer Station (BuRRT) and the Caja del Rio Landfill. For more information about Trash Amnesty Day, please visit www.SantaFeRecycling.org or call 424-1850.

 

Contact: Carol Branch, Environmental Programs Manager – [bot protected email address] or 955-2215

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