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April 5, 2013

Public Notice

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Recently there has been an increase in unauthorized and improper dumping in Fort Huachuca post dumpsters. Soldiers/Civilians who reside in on- or off-post quarters are not authorized to use post dumpsters for home personal trash.

Fort Huachuca employees are authorized to use any dumpsters on post if the dumpster closest to their office is full, but trash must not be placed on the ground near an already full dumpster. The only dumpsters that cannot be used are dumpsters located within secure/fenced areas.

Residents in on-post housing may arrange for bulk pick up through Mountain Vista Communities at 520.515.9000.

For questions or concerns, call Master Sgt. Sean Williams, Directorate of Public Works noncommissioned officer in charge, at 533.2643.




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