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What You Need to Know

SPSA may suspend the use of our disposal facilities by residents up to 24 hours before an emergency event, and as needed after a disaster or major weather event.

SPSA must make way for the member municipalities and commercial customers which may need to collect any regular garbage or trash placed out on the street for collection before a storm hits.

In the event of a disaster, SPSA’s member municipalities will designate temporary debris disposal sites (TDDS) for their residents to take storm debris.

Contact your jurisdiction/municipality for guidelines for your individual community’s waste disposal requirements.

Links to emergency management websites for member communities

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  Please remember that SPSA does not  accept cash, checks or money orders as payment at any of its locations. 


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