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By Dan Rudy 

Household waste drive to collect hazardous materials


The city will be collecting a variety of household hazardous waste items this weekend at its waste disposal facility on Evergreen Avenue.

Public Works director Amber Al-Haddad said the doors at the center will be open to residents this Friday and Saturday, where up to 200 pounds of items per household can be disposed of free of charge. Hazardous wastes being sought include various cleaners, sprays, waxes, solvents, paints, pharmaceuticals, fertilizers, fuels and lubricants – anything that cannot ordinarily be thrown into the garbage or poured down the drain.

“The purpose of the drive is...

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