Got HazMat To Pitch?
Household Hazardous Waste Day arrives Saturday
It’s finally here.
No not Spring though we all welcome the recent spate of marvelous meteorological magic.
We’re talking Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day.
The day when residents of our fine county unload a barrage of paints, solvents, pesticides, cleaners, old propane tanks and other materials that have too long been stored in your garage, basement, shed, in-laws house,etc.
And who doesn’t have electronics to dispose of? Nowadays TVs, printers, monitors, cellphones and other items that were invaluable when purchased have likely been replaced a time or two.
And no tires. That day will come later this summer.
So get your stuff ready so you won’t miss it like you did last year when you promised yourself you would for sure get down there this year.
Here’s the skinny:
This Saturday 8am-2pm.
Newaygo County Road Commission
935 East One Mile (just North of the County seat, White Cloud).
It’s tough to miss. There will likely be a line of vehicles waiting to jettison some major (or minor) HazMat stuff.
And while it is free to county residents no one will turn away the donations that help make HHW Day the almost official annual holiday it has become.
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