It was a steady stream of flatbeds, horse trailers, and pick-up trucks making a trip to the dump. Saturday was the annual “Trees for Trash” event where folks could clean up and take that trash to the Sheridan City Landfill or smaller loads to the U-S Bank parking lot, all for free.
Halfway through the day over 62.5 tons of trash was brought in by over 250 people, but the good news is that over 30% is recycled out. Jesse Dahl says it was a “win-win” day.
Folks received a free Colorado spruce all in the name of cleaning up and greening up. Howard Fedden has taken advantage of the free dump day for years.
The next “Trees for Trash” will take place the end of October.