Neighborhood goods swap will be held for students leaving Burlington
Whether you’re moving out or you just want a little more elbow room, the 13th Annual Spring Move Out Project is the time and the place for unloading unwanted (but still usable) household goods. Students bring clothing, books, household items, furniture, and non-perishable food items down to this annual community switcheroo-de-stuff. Leftovers will be donated to local charities and reuse stores.
WHEN: Thursday May 23, 11 am – 3 pm
WHERE: Two locations: Bradley and Loomis Streets in Burlington
Unusable furniture and other items too far gone for swapping will also be accepted — for a fee at dumpsters located at each street. These dumpsters will be available only during the event. Items banned from the landfill but not accepted at SMOP, such as electronics, scrap-metal items, tires, large appliances, etc., will be accepted at CSWD Drop-Off Centers. Fees apply to some items.
This popular street swap encourages reuse, recycling and overall better management of unwanted items resulting during student move out times. SMOP partners include: CSWD, City of Burlington, University of Vermont, Champlain College, ReSOURCE, Burlington neighborhood groups and landlords, Casella, and Myers Containers.
1021 Redmond Road
Williston, VT 05495