HAVE ANY TREE CLIPPINGS FROM LAST WEEK'S STORM THAT
YOU'RE TRYING TO GET RID OF?
THE CITY OF SPOKANE IS TAKING THEM FOR FREE AT TWO
OF THEIR DISPOSAL LOCATIONS.
HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE HAVE ALREADY TAKEN ADVANTAGE OF
KXLY'S ALLIE NORTON HAS THE STORY.
DEBRIS FROM TREES KNOCKED OVER IN LAST WEEK'S STORM
IS MAKING ITS WAY TO DISPOSAL SITES ACROSS THE REGION.
IT'S A BUSY DAY AT THE WASTE TO ENERGY FACILITY OFF
A CONSTANT FLOW OF CARS WERE COMING THROUGH.
DROPPING OFF BRANCHES, LEAVES AND STICKS.
I felt really lucky.
I had a large walnut tree in my backyard that I was
really worried about, but it held up.
DAVID MEIER HAD A TRUCKFUL OF BRANCHES TO GET RID
TREE LIMBS FELL AROUND HIS INDIAN CANYON HOME IN LAST
IT TOOK HIM EIGHT HOURS TO CLEAN UP.
I pretty much did it on my own.
HE'S ONE OF THE MANY TAKING ADVANTAGE OF DISPOSING
OF DEBRIS FOR FREE.
OVER THE WEEKEND.
THE NORTH COUNTY TRANSFER STATION AND WASTE TO ENERGY
FACILITY SAW 600 PEOPLE COME THROUGH.
This whole area clear out to the street.
There were two places to come in on the main street
and I just turned around and went home.
ROGER AULT IS A REGULAR.
HE TRIED COMING ON SATURDAY TO DROP OFF DEBRIS FROM
HIS PROPERTY BUT ENDED UP LEAVING AND COMING BACK
They were loaded.
It wasn't pickups full of little stuff, they were
loaded up like I'm loaded here.
THE TWO STATIONS COMBINED COLLECTED 150 TONS OF DEBRIS.
THAT'S 300 THOUSAND POUNDS OF STICKS AND LEAVES.
What you're seeing behind me isn't all from the weekend
and it's not all from the storm, but to put it in
perspective what we're looking at right now is about
Over the weekend they got 150 tons in, that's a lot.
IF YOU HAVEN'T HAD THE CHANCE TO TAKE ADVANTAGE OF
YOU STILL CAN.
BOTH LOCATIONS ARE ACCEPTING STORM DEBRIS FOR FREE
UNTIL WEDNESDAY AT 5 P-M.
ALLIE NORTON KXLY 4 NEWS.