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Drop off your scrap metal in Grundy Center

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    Grundy Center residents can spring clean their yards, barns, and garages at the end of the month.  The city's Kiwanis Club will be at the Community Center at 705 F avenue collecting scrap metal you're looking to get rid of.   Mayor Rex Van Wert says you can bring anything you'd like to get rid of including:  

Appliances Appliance Cords Auto Rims Barrels

Buckets Bicycles Bed Frames Bumpers

Cabinets/File Cabinets Canoes/Boats Cans Car Radiators

Chairs Chain Link Fence Copper Drill Bits 

Electric Cords Extension Cords Fans Farm Equipment

Fittings Flag Poles Fence Posts Frying Pans

Grills Hinges Hub Caps Ladders

Light Fixtures Lawnmowers (no fluids) Metal Tables

Musical Instruments Nails, screws, nuts, etc. Outboard Motors

Pipes Pots and Pans Pot Belly Stoves Roofing/Gutters

Signs Steel Sinks Swing Sets

Shocks Shovels, Rakes Snow Blowers (no fluids)

Toys Transmissions/Axles/Radiators/auto parts

Wagons Waffle Irons Cars/Trucks/Vans/Campers

Gates Woven Wire 

If you have any questions you can call 319-825-6118 and ask for Dan or Rich.

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