Fairfield Township - Spring Clean-Up Day 2012 - Help clean up your neighborhood!!

posted Mar 9, 2012, 8:08 AM by FFTwpCPAA Web Master   [ updated Dec 10, 2014, 10:18 AM ]

Saturday, April 28th from 8am - 3pm


General Information:  Volunteers should dress in comfortable working clothes and shoes.  Cotton gloves, garbage bags & T-shirts and safety vests will be available for volunteers at a meeting in the prior week of the clean up day.  Lunch will be provided for workers beginning at 11:30 am thru 4pm.  

CPAA Volunteers are needed for the following duties:
  • Clean-Up Volunteer for Saturday - Schedule time of availability only (whole day not required!)
  • Friday Over-Night Security against illegal dumping prior to event.  More information to be provided to volunteers.  Typically, 8pm - 8am.  


Location 1     Location 2 Location 3 Tire-Drop Off
Home Depot @
Bypass 4 &Princeton Road 
2620 Tylersville Road
Environmental Enterprises 
Corner of Tuley Road & Lenox Avenue Home Depot @ 
Bypass 4 &Princeton Road  


Residents:  Please bring debris (not garbage) to any of the dump sites listed above.  Be patient so that personnel at the sites can assist with the placement of the debris into the dumpsters.  No hazardous waste dumping will be permitted at any sites listed above.

Tires:  Tires accepted shall be passenger vehicle tires only at the Home Depot drop-off location. A limit of 10 vehicle tires will be accepted per Township resident, ID SHALL BE REQUIRED.  No Truck Tires accepted!  Rims must be removed prior to drop off.  Inside of tires must be dry.

Paints:  Paint will be accepted at Location 2:  2620 Tylersville Road from the residents of Fairfield Township, ID Required.  Maximum size of paint containers is a 5 Gal. bucket.  Not for contractors.

Vehicle Fluids:  Oils, Antifreeze, etc. will be accepted at Firestone Tire Center @ Princeton & Gilmore Roads.  (maximum size containers 5 gals)

The Following items are Butler County Programs:  Follow this link, www.butlercountyrecycles.org and then click on Special Collections for more information about the Butler Programs listed below.
  • Televisions & Computers 
  • Curbside Freon Appliance Collection 
  • Household Hazardous Waste Drop Off 
  • Waste Tire Recycling Event 
  • Compact Fluorescent Light Bulbs 
  • House Hold Batteries 
Major Sponsors:   Fairfield Township Administration, Businesses, as well as residential volunteers.
(And, of course, The Fairfield Township CPAA!)
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