Leaf and yard waste collection Sept. 15–19

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Be sure to place leaves and yard debris in large paper leaf bags or open barrels (no plastic bags!) and leave them on the curb by 7 am on your recycling day. Please note that yard waste will not be collected with trash. Fall leaf collection runs October 13 to November 29. Read More »

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Greenovate Boston Wants to Hear from You

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Boston’s Greenovate program wants your ideas, comments, and input about improving residential efficiency. Please visit engage.greenovateboston.org and help shape Boston’s future by sharing your ideas. You are also invited to attend the Greenovate Boston Community Summit on Saturday, May 31, 2014, from 10 am to 5 pm; find additional details here. Read More »

Hazardous waste drop-off day in West Roxbury Nov. 23

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Dispose of your hazardous waste safely and recycle your tires and propane tanks: 9 am to 2 pm at the Public Works Yard, 315 Gardner Street (next to Home Depot). Boston residents only—proof of residency will be required. Read More »

Is your boiler at least 30 years old?

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If so, you could qualify for a limited-time rebate of $1,750–$4,000 on a replacement boiler. Your new boiler must be installed by September 30, 2012 (deadline just extended!). Rebates are from National Grid and NSTAR. Read More »

Join the discussion about MBTA fare-increase and service-decrease proposals

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You have probably heard about the possibility that commuter rail service on Saturday will be eliminated, among other proposals. If you want to join the discussion about what to do about the MBTA debt, attend a public meeting or comment in written form. Read More »

Recycle your Christmas tree, used wrapping paper, and old phone books

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Public Works will collect Christmas trees for composting from January 2 to 13. Please DO NOT put your tree on the curb in a plastic bag! Also, remember to recycle all your wrapping paper in your big blue bin (again, no plastic bags please!) as well as your old phone books. Read More »

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