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2015 Fall Compost Giveaway

It’s almost time for the Fall Compost Giveaway. 

So, if you are a gardener or yard enthusiast, it’s the perfect time to get your free compost!  This opportunity is for residents who participate in the City of Wichita Falls Curbside Composting Program. 

It’s taking place on Saturday, October 3rd from9:00a.m. to 3:00p.m. at the Wichita Falls Landfill on Wiley Road. 

The compost will be loaded for participants with a limit of one pickup truck or 4X8 trailer load per person.  Participants must provide a City of Wichita Falls water bill showing the $3.00 recycling program charge.  All loads must be covered, since it is state law.

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