Hazardous Waste Collection South Windsor 2011

Hazardous Waste Collection South Windsor 2011.  The MDC conducts a collection of household hazardous waste in towns throughout the MDC's service area.  They will be conduction a Hazardous Waste Collection in South Windsor  on October 1, 2011 from 8:00am until 1:00pm at South Windsor High School.Hazardous Waste Collection South Windsor 2011

There is no charge for residents to dispose of acceptable items.  The MDC has produced a great information package about the Hazardous Wast Collection in South Windsor, please take the time to read it before bringing your waste.  It outlines very clearly what waste is accepted things like mercury thermometers, or oil paint or antifreeze; and what is not, things like used oil, ammunition, or electronics.

It is advised to get to the collection as early as possible, avoid the lines and wait.  Stay in your car while your hazardous waste is collected, there is no smoking as some waste can be extremely flammable. See the information guide for additional suggestions.

If you are using GPS to get to South Windsor High School, use 91 Ayers Rd, South Windsor.  The entrance to South Windsor High School is right next to Wapping Elementary which is 91 Ayers Rd.  If you want to go "old school", you can find printable directions at this link.

Can't make it on October 1st, check out this list of additional hazardous waste collections this fall put on by the MDC.  

Be safe and be careful as you participate in the Hazardous Waste Collection South Windsor 2011

Photo credit to U.S. Army Environmental Command

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