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Odessa Recycling Center accepting bulky items this weekend

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ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

The Odessa Recycling Center will be accepting bulky items this weekend at their location for free.

The center, which is located at 816 W. 42nd St., will accept items from 8 a.m. until noon.

City officials are asking residents to take advantage of this opportunity to get rid of unwanted furniture, appliances, mattresses and other large items that do not fit in alleyway containers.

We’re told household chemicals such as cleaning products, antifreeze, oil, pesticides, paints and fertilizers will be accepted as well during the event.

For additional information, please call (432) 368-3510.

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