Officials: Philadelphia Residents Should Put Trash Out At Least One Day Later Than Regularly Scheduled

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philadelphia leaders say they’re making progress on the trash backlog caused by COVID-19. But they’re not back to normal yet.

The Street Department says city residents should put their trash out at least one day later than their regularly scheduled day.

The city’s six sanitation convenience centers are also open seven days a week if you want to bring your trash or recycling there. They’re open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m.