The Recycling and Disposal Facility will collect all those pesticides, fertilizers, old medicine, and other nastiness that, with good reason, you haven’t dared to simply toss into the trash compacter, on Sunday, May 3, 9am – 3pm.
There are limits, however. You can’t bring your ammunition, fireworks, radioactive material, and other scary-sounding items to the dump. Contact the fire department for advice on what to do with the heavy-duty stuff.
The RDF will be open for regular recycling, trash tossing, yard waste disposal, and give-and-take drop off and browsing services as well.
Here’s a list of all acceptable and unacceptable items for the big day:
* Solvent-based paints
* Household solvents
* Household adhesives
* Pesticides and herbicides
* Swimming pool chemicals
* Hobby chemicals
* Household cleaners
* Automotive fluids (antifreeze, transmission, dry gas, brake,
gasoline and gasoline/two cycle oil mix)
* Explosive and ammunition
* Biological/medical waste
* Unknown wastes that can not be identified by generator or field
* Commercially or industrially generated hazardous waste
* Gas Cylinders
* Smoke detectors