Bingham County Sheriff Dave Johnson announced Monday the clean-up of both sides of the road from U. S. 91 east to the Rattlesnake dumpsite.
The clean-up will occur from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on the next two Saturdays, April 14 and April 21.
Trustees from the Bingham County jail and people who would like to work off some of their probation time will be doing the clean-up.
"We encourage people to tarp their loads as the loads are moved to Rattlesnake," Sheriff Johnson said. "People are losing too much material as it is moved from house to Wolverine.
"As loads go across the scale at Rattlesnake, they will be checked to make sure they are covered," the sheriff said. "There is an extra fee for uncovered loads."
"This not only keeps the county clean but also enforces the county ordinance," said Sheriff Johnson.
Rattlesnake is open from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Saturday.