A family contaminated materials drop-off will be held from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday at the North Tonawanda Public Works Garage, 758 Erie Ave.
Organizedby the Niagara County Refuse Disposal District, it’s a possibility to securely get rid of paint, vehicle fluids, pesticides, fertilizers, driveway sealant, swimming pool chemicals and home cleaners.
AlsoSaturday, an electronic devices drop-off will be held from 9 a.m. to midday & nbsp;at a website throughout from ModernDisposal, 4746 Model City Road,Lewiston It’s a possibility to recycle old Television Set, computer systems, printers and other electronic devices.
Itemscan be dropped off free of charge. The drop-offs are open just to Niagara County homeowners.
Appointmentsare needed for the contaminated materials occasion, and are readily available by calling 439-7250or at rethinkyourwaste.com
Niagara County to hold drop-offs for home contaminated materials, electronic devices by: Steve Melvin published: