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Multifamily dwellings will lose city trash pickup next year

Churches and nonprofits also must pay for private refuse collection starting Feb. 1

By Gordon Y.K. Pang

POSTED: 01:30 a.m. HST, Aug 11, 2014

~~<p>After receiving trash pickup from the city for decades, about 110 multifamily complexes and 80 schools, churches and other nonprofits on Oahu will need to start paying for their own service beginning Feb. 1.</p>
<p>While the majority of single-family properties on the island don't pay a fee for curbside trash service, most &mdash; but not all &mdash; of the owners of nonresidential buildings as well as townhouse, condominium and apartment complexes do pay for private companies to regularly remove the garbage from their dumpsters.</p>
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After receiving trash pickup from the city for decades, about 110 multifamily complexes and 80 schools, churches and other nonprofits on Oahu will need to start paying for their own service beginning Feb. 1.

While the majority of single-family properties on the island don't pay a fee for curbside trash service, most — but not all — of the owners of nonresidential buildings as well as townhouse, condominium and apartment complexes do pay for private companies to regularly remove the garbage from their dumpsters. Login for more...



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