Niagara Falls hoping the old adage is true, one person's trash is another person's treasure

Couch on curb-SBSArtDept

The city of Niagara Falls is taking a unique approach to recycling.

The city has organized a Community Curbside Giveaway asking residents to place used items out on the curb on Saturday, 
October 24th for others to take.

Officials noting the initiative will give useful items a new life while keeping them out of the landfill.

All residents have to do is mark items with a "Free-Curbside Giveaway" sign and set them out between 7 am and 5 pm.

Suggested items include, computers and electronics, dishes, cutlery, musical instruments, sporting goods, tools and even usable paint and building materials.

The city of Niagara Falls is taking a unique approach to recycling.

The city has organized a Community Curbside Giveaway asking residents to place used items out on the curb on Saturday, October 24th for others to take.

Officials noting the initiative will give useful items a new life while keeping them out of the landfill.

All residents have to do is mark items with a "Free-Curbside Giveaway" sign and set them out between 7 am and 5 pm.

Suggested items include, computers and electronics, dishes, cutlery, musical instruments, sporting goods, tools and even usable paint and building materials.

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