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Last Chance: Get Rid of Hazardous Materials

September 24, 2012
Last Chance: Get Rid of Hazardous Materials

The final Household Hazardous Waste & Pesticide collection of 2012 – for Grand Traverse County residents – will happen Thursday, September 27. Provided to Grand Traverse County residents at no cost (up to 150 lbs., $1.30 per pound thereafter – with the exception of electronics, which will be charged $.38 per pound), the service accepts and safely disposes of what the garbage collectors can't: oil-based paints (latex paint is not accepted), cleaning products, pesticides, mercury, moth balls, pool chemicals and more. An appointment is required and can be made at www.RecycleSmart.info or by calling the RecycleSmart Hotline at 231-941-5555.


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sandy on September 24, 2012 9:00am

Thank you the County Resource Recovery Department for providing this service. Keeping household hazardous waste out of the landfill and our waters is so important.

Sandy

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