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City of Tulsa has multiple efforts to help residents get rid of waste from July 14 storm

Posted at 4:17 AM, Aug 03, 2016
and last updated 2016-08-03 15:36:20-04

TULSA - The city of Tulsa is still working to cleanup debris and greenwaste from the July 14 storm that hit Green Country. 

There are multiple ways for residents to take care of their lingering debris according to the city's website.

If residents live in areas that have not had pickups, place debris on the curb. 

The city asks that the greenwaste is within four feet of the curb, away from utilities and fire hydrants, off of the street and not contaminated with other debris.

If residents missed the pickup date for their area, or need an additional pickup, they can call (918) 596-9777 by August 31 to schedule one.  

Lastly, the City of Tulsa Mulch site at 2100 North 145th Avenue is open for residents year round to drop of debris. Residents must bring a license or recent utility bill with a Tulsa address to the cite. The bulky waste fee is waived for storm debris from the July 14 storm. 

Cleanup was originally expected to take anywhere from 45-60 days from the first day of cleanup on July 25. Now, the city estimates cleanup will be complete by August 8. 

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