SPRING TOX AWAY DAY: SATURDAY, JUNE 24 at MOORESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

By | May 8, 2017

SPRING TOX AWAY DAY

SATURDAY, JUNE 24

MOORESVILLE HIGH SCHOOL

8:00 am – 1:00 pm (rain or shine)

MORGAN COUNTY RESIDENTS ONLY

Businesses are not included (due to the volume of material); they may call NuGenesis at 800-487-1010 to make other arrangements.

ENTER event at Northwood Elementary School entrance, just North of high school on Indiana Street.

What you can dispose of for free:  Prescription Medications & Sharps, Oil fuels, Antifreeze, Motor Oil/Filters, Adhesives, Driveway Sealers, Stain, Pesticides, Herbicides, Fertilizers, Pool Chemicals, Varnish, Auto Batteries, Paint Thinners/Removers, Computers, Monitors, CPU’s, Keyboards, Printers, Fluorescent Tubes/PCB, Ballasts, Acids & Bases, Household Cleaning Agents, Oil Base Paints, Rechargeable Batteries and Weed Killers.  Paper Shredding available @ $5.00 per box–or more–as donations for school supplies to benefit students in need.

We also accept all appliances (CFC & non-CFC) for free:  Refrigerators, Freezers, Air Conditioners, Stoves, Washers, Dryers, Water Heaters, Microwaves, Humidifiers, and De-Humidifiers. FEES for TELEVISIONS:  $10.00 each

FEES for TIRES are as follows:

          Car/Light Truck Tires:  First 6 free——$2.00 per each additional tire (12 max)

          Heavy/Truck Tires:       First 2 free——$5.00 per each additional tire (6 max)

          Farm Tractor Tires (54” diameter & greater):  intact, $75.00 each; If fully

          Quartered (No Halves & No Thirds): first two quartered tires for free;

          $15.00 for each additional quartered tire (6 max)

          Tires on Rims:  ——————- additional $1.00 each

WE WILL NOT ACCEPT:  Asbestos, Lab Chemicals, Large Propane Tanks, Explosives, Ammunition or Firearms, Medical or Infectious Waste, Radioactive Materials.

 

Conducted by:

Morgan County Solid Waste Management District; 765-342-2533

www.morgancountysolidwaste.org

With the support of:

The Morgan County Partnership for Water Quality,

The Indiana American Water Co. and

The Healthier Morgan County Initiative