Warrick County residents will be able to get rid of their household hazardous waste in May.
I’d be willing to bet it’s been a while since you went through all your drawers and cabinets in your home or garage and cleaned them out. I honestly couldn’t tell you the last time I took the time to look in mine to throw away what I don’t use. More importantly, throwing away things that are stale…which I’m sure is a surprising amount. Spring is upon us, which means it’s time for the annual “spring cleaning” tradition.
That being said, when you find yourself browsing through items in your household that you want to get rid of, there may be a few items that cannot be thrown in the trash. I’m talking about hazardous household chemicals such as engine oils and filters, oil-based paint, batteries, spray cans, and medications, to name a few. So if you can’t throw them in the trash, what can you do with them?
Warrick County Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Warrick County Recycling And Resource Management District and Kaiser Aluminum Warrick have teamed up to give you the opportunity to get rid of some of this household hazardous waste with their collection day. This event is open to all Warrick County residents. It should be noted that electronics technicians or commercial painters will be accepted. In addition, only 10 gallons of paint per vehicle can be deposited. You can take a look at the graphic below to see what will and will not be accepted at this event.
Household Hazardous Waste Day for Warrick County residents will be held Saturday, May 21 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. at the Kaiser Aluminum Warrick Clubhouse. You can find out more in the Facebook post below.
Hazardous Waste Day for Vanderburgh County Residents
For those who live in Vanderburgh County, you will also have the opportunity to dispose of your household hazardous waste in downtown Evansville on Saturday, April 16. You can learn more about this event and which items will and will not be accepted by clicking here.
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