Trucks starting coming to the Grantsville parking lot at 8 a.m. sharp, with tons of trash. The annual Calhoun Clean-Up Day removed hundreds of old appliances, basic trash and hundreds of old tires. The tire truck unfortunately was filled by 10 a.m., according to Sue Covell of the Calhoun Solid Waste Authority and Restoration Station.

Volunteers helped unload and reload the hundreds of items brought to the site. "It was a great success," said Covell.

Hundreds of trucks unloaded

A trailer full of old appliances

Michele Smith (L) and Sue Covell (R) help with clean-up

Trucks lined up to deliver trash

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