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 Milwaukie, OR 97222

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Taking pride in our community!

Residents from the Overland Park and Milwaukie were invited to rid themselves of unwanted items. Scrap metal, old tires, appliances, work, and yard debris were accepted at no charge.  Many thanks to Sherri Dow and Julie Gilbertson of Clackamas County for organizing the event.

Residents were able to bring their items to the dumpsite located off of Johnson Creek at Crosswhite Business Center between the hours of 8:00 am until 11:00 pm.  People were lined up by 7:30 am for a free shot at dumping all types of debris. Drop offs were easy. There were many stations set up to easily drive up and unload your load.  All stations had Coalition volunteers to help in unloading the vehicles.

RESULTS OF OUR EFFORTS AND COMPARISONS

Year Vehicles Garbage (tons) Yard Debris (tons) Scrap Metal 3 (tons) Tires Total (drop boxes)
2015 127 20.9 2.54 3.19 252 12
20141            
20135 393 56.02 3.9 6.75 366 35
2012 5 347 56.93 2.65 7.58 315 29
2011 5 355 58.33 2.78 5.65 390  
2010 1            
2009 4 267 38.8 8.24 8.3 281  
2008 4 291 43.17 5.4 8.54 373  
2007 1            
2006  162 33.14 11.2 7.25 308 26
2005 147 29.15 8.9 12.3 326 27.5
2004 1            
2003 125 37.23 9.6 11.38 220 28
2002 200 80.11 14.6 11.58 273 40
2001 2 340 69.7 14.7 6.13 1769 41 + 22 self hauls

1 - No clean-up held.

2 - Drop-off's not restricted to Overland Park.

3 - Includes appliances.

4 - Joint clean-up with City of Milwaukie. (2 sites)

5 - Joint clean-up with City of Milwaukie. (1 site)

 THANK YOU TO ALL THE SOLID WASTE COMPANIES THAT PARTICIPATED IN THE EFFORT

> Deines Brothers Sanitary
> Keller Drop Box
> Mel Deines Sanitary Service
> Oak Grove Disposal
> Sunset Garbage
> Waste Management


This is the lot the Coalition cleaned up on Sunday 10/19/2003. The rain held off long enough to get the work completed. Here is proof and satisfaction needed to become a volunteer. Thank you for those who showed and got their hands dirty. Heck we even had spectators walking around, guess they wanted to look involved. Hats off to all who worked. GREAT JOB!