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TIOLI Reopening in October!

Lopez Solid Waste Disposal District (LSWDD) continues to adapt to the ever-changing landscape that is life in the year 2020. After six months of pandemic, there is still no real estimate for when San Juan County will move into Phase 3. LSWDD is sensitive to many households’ ongoing needs for free, reusable goods as we approach autumn and beyond. To that end, LSWDD has decided to reopen the Take It Or Leave It (TIOLI) on a limited basis at the beginning of October.

Please note that fall hours for the dump also begin in October. Friday, Saturday, Sunday LSWDD will be open for trash and recycling 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. Mondays will be closed for trash and recycling.

To help alleviate the bottle neck of goods waiting to be re-homed, LSWDD will be receiving donations for the month of October only on Mondays from 1 p.m. - 5 p.m. Appointment are strongly encouraged. This will help LSWDD staff and volunteers manage the initial stages of TIOLI’s reopening. Donations will be limited to 3 paper shopping bags of clean items in good condition and one larger item per visit.

Also, due to interruptions in supply chains, LSWDD is not currently able to recycle textiles and clothing. Therefore, please only bring clean clothing in good wearable condition that is weather appropriate to Fall and Winter.

To schedule an appointment for TIOLI donation drop offs please go to:

Shopping days in October will be Saturdays and Sundays during normal hours of operation: 11 a.m. - 3 p.m. TIOLI will be closed on Fridays. To see more detailed information about what can and cannot be donated go to our Take It or Leave It page here:


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