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National 'Curb Day' set for Oct. 24

Posted: July 7, 2009 6:43 p.m.
Updated: July 8, 2009 4:13 p.m.
 
Rochester, NY -- Here's an event that will relieve household clutter, lessen waste disposal costs, reduce stress on landfills, and best of all - provide free stuff for people in need.

Developed by Mike Morone, "Curb Day" will take place all over the U.S. on Oct. 24.

On Curb Day, people are encouraged to unclutter by bringing to their curbs durable goods that are safe, legal and valuable to others. Acceptable items include sporting goods, electronics, tools, books, toys, shoes, clothing, plants, building materials, furniture, and more.

People all over the country will be out and about that weekend, picking up these items for free.

Curb Day will be a fun and efficient way to remove clutter and provide free valuable items to others. It will also reduce what goes into landfills. We're hoping it helps make our country less wasteful.

Curb Day will occur twice per year, in October and May. It will supplement resources like Freecycle, Craig's List, eBay, and second-hand stores.

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