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default map pin icon 340 Trice Lane, Crawfordville, FL 32327, USA
Expanded listing for: Household Hazardous Waste Day
Description: On Saturday, March 24, we will be collecting the following: * Household cleaners -- such as oven cleaners, wood and metal cleaners and polishers, toilet bowl cleaners, disinfectants, drain openers. * Automotive products -- such as oil and fuel additives, grease and rust solvents, carburetor and fuel injector cleaners, air conditioning refrigerants, starter fluids, body putty, antifreeze/coolant, contaminated motor oil, gasoline, diesel and kerosene * Home maintenance and improvement products -- such as paint, paint thinners, paint strippers and removers, adhesives * Lawn and garden products -- such as herbicides, pesticides/rodenticides, fungicides, wood preservatives *Electronics (anything that plugs into an electric outlet) -- such as old computers, computer parts, televisions, DVD players, VCR’s, radios, cell phones, satellite dishes, and other small appliances * Miscellaneous – all batteries such as lithium, alkaline, car and button batteries, fingernail polish remover, pool chemicals, photo processing chemicals, reactive material, aerosols/compressed gas, fluorescent bulbs and tubes We will NOT be accepting ammunition, fireworks, explosives, medical sharps, medicines or biological waste. No hazardous waste or potentially hazardous items should ever be placed in your garbage.

default map pin icon State Highway 32, Winchester, IN 47394, USA
Expanded listing for: Pollution Solution
Hours of Operation

Pollution Solution is open the third Saturday and the Friday before, March - October. Friday 9am - 3pm Saturday 8am - 12pm Please call our office with questions Monday - Friday, 8am - 4pm at 765-584-9816

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Description: Pollution Solution--Located at 2115 East State Road 32, Winchester, IN A Place to Dispose of Household Products in an Environmentally Friendly Manner Categories of items that may be dropped off are: Household Hazardous Waste, Fluorescent Bulbs, Batteries, Electronics, Tires and Appliances. 2012 Operating Dates March 16th & 17th April 20th & 21st May 18th & 19th June 15th & 16th July 20th & 21st August 17th & 18th September 14th & 15th October 19th & 20th * Friday operating hours are from 9:00am until 3:00pm **Saturday operating hours are from 8:00am until 12:00pm 2012 Fees There is a minimal charge for all tires. At this time Pollution Solution allows each resident of the county to dispose of 4 CAR TIRES ONLY for FREE. Fees are as follows: Tire Size Un-mounted Mounted Car $2.00 $3.00 Light Truck $3.00 $4.00 Semi/Farm Truck $7.50 $8.50 Tractor $25.00 There is a fee of $10.00 for console and large screen televisions (27" and bigger). Items accepted at Pollution Solution **POLLUTION SOLUTION WILL NO LONGER ACCEPT LATEX PAINT IN 2012 For information on how to properly dispose of lates paint, please call our office at 765-584-9816 KITCHEN AND BATH Liquid cleaners Upholstery cleaners Oven cleaners Furniture polish Bleach Drain cleaners Tub & tile cleaners Fluorescent bulbs Ballasts Batteries (all kinds) Fire extinguishers Aerosol cans GARAGE ANDAUTOMOTIVE Oil and antifreeze Brake fluid Transmission fluid Wax, polish, & cleaner Car paint & solvents Car batteries/acids Gasoline & kerosene Propane cylinders Mercury switches Refrigerants Grease & degreasers Grout & caulk Sealants Tar/sealers/solvents Tires (fees apply) GARDEN AND WORKSHOP Fertilizers Pesticides Herbicides Weed sprays Bug sprays Rodent poisons Oil-based paint/stain/varnish Spray paint Thinners & strippers Acetone Epoxy/adhesives/glues Water repellants Pool chemicals Propane tanks PERSONAL CARE AND MISC. Prescription medicine (NO controlled medications will be accepted) OTC meds Thermometers Sharps (needles) Hair dyes Perm chemicals Hair spray (aerosol) Nail polish Perfume Artist paints Chemistry sets TVs, VCRs, DVDs (fees apply on large screen 27" or bigger and console televisions) Computers Electronics WHITE GOODS (APPLIANCES) Refrigerators Stoves Microwaves Washing Machines Dryers Freezers If you have questions on whether an item or substance can be brought to Pollution Solution please call our office at 765-584-9816.

default map pin icon 1300 East Keating Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49444, USA
Expanded listing for: Muskegon County Household Hazardous Waste
Hours of Operation

Regular Collection Hours: The second and fourth Friday each month, May – October 1:00 – 3:00 PM Late fall and winter collection is by appointment only. Appointments are made only for those who are not able to wait for a normal collection day. Muskegon County HHW Regular Collection Location: Household Hazardous Waste Site (Rear Lot of Pound Buddies) 1300 Keating Muskegon, MI Contact: If you have questions regarding materials that you’d like to dispose of, please contact Greg Leverence at Muskegon County Solid Waste at 231-724-6003.

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Description: Muskegon County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program Muskegon County Department of Public Works offers a free disposal program to Muskegon County residents for unwanted Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) generated in county. Please note that Commercial and Industrial waste is prohibited. The goal of the HHW program is to divert hazardous materials from the landfill in order to protect residents and the environment. Should you possess any of the following materials, the HHW program will dispose of them in a safe and responsible manner. Mercury or mercury containing devices (i.e. Compact Florescent Light bulbs, mercury thermometers or thermostats, etc.) Petroleum products* Antifreeze Pesticides Insecticides Herbicides Aerosol cans (containing hazardous materials) Acids (i.e. Batteries, Muriatic Acid)** Bases (i.e. Drain cleaner) Other products with approval * Recycling Used Oil is preferred over disposal as HHW. Used oil can be recycled, free of charge, at any AutoZone location among other outlets. Click here for a complete list of Used Oil recycling options in Muskegon County. **LEAD ACID BATTERIES (i.e. car/boat batteries) are NOT accepted. NOTE: Paint is not accepted. The best way to dispose of paint is to use it up or recycle it! If you’re purchasing paint for a project, consider the area you have to cover and use a paint calculator to ensure you’re not buying too much. If you have leftover (never-frozen) latex paint that you wish to recycle, you can bring it to the Muskegon County Habitat for Humanity ReStore Locations or to Port City Paints/RepcoLite Paints, Inc. As a last resort, if you cannot find a use/recycling outlet for old leftover paint (latex or oil-based), it may be disposed of with your household trash as long as it is dried or solidified by adding kitty litter, (or other drying media) and leaving it open to dry in a well-ventilated area, away from children and animals.