HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY 4/1/2017
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DAY
SATURDAY, APRIL 1ST 9:00 a.m. – 1:30 p.m.
Blackford High School North Parking Lot
BLACKFORD COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY
Sponsored by Blackford County Solid Waste District
Questions call 765-348-1620 or 765-348-0306
WHAT TO BRING
Flammable Liquids** Air Conditioners
Acids, Liquids** Dehumidifiers
Bases, Liquids** Stoves/Microwaves
Toxic Solids/Solvents** Washers/Dryers
Pesticides/Herbicides** Water Heaters
Aerosols Monitors, CPU
Corrosive Liquids/Acids** Printers/Keyboards
Non-conforming Waste, Unknowns Fluorescent Lamps/PCB Ballasts
Pool Chemicals Tires** (see below)
Fertilizers** Smoke detectors
Oils/Oil Filters Expired medicine accepted
Automotive Fluids Household batteries/car – other batteries
Car Waxes Cleaning agents
**Limits on Flammable liquids/pesticides/herbicides: Up to 100 pounds are free, $1 for each additional pound. Limits on Tires: Car (4) free and $2.00 for each additional tire over (total limit 10) Truck/Semi (2) free and $3.00 for each additional tire over (total limit 6). All Farm tires or any tire over fifty-four (54) inches will be $85.00. This is a new cost that is a pass through from any tire recycling company. Whole farm tires may be cut up (quartered -¼). Two would be free and two additional would be $10.00 each for a total of four accepted. All standard size Televisions will be $20.00, large screen TV $25.00
What NOT to bring? How to transport safely?
Empty containers/Trash Household hazardous materials are
Radioactive waste legal to transport in private vehicles
Propane tanks if you have an accident while carrying
Biological hazards/infectious waste waste notify emergency personnel
Explosives/Fireworks immediately to protect others.
Entertainment electronics Leave items in original containers
Tighten caps and lids: never mix chemicals.
Load items separately and pack tightly.
Do not smoke handling waste
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