Hazardous Waste Collection
The Franklin County Solid Waste Management facility on Joyce Lane will have its annual Hazardous Waste Event, 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., Saturday, April 30.
Hazardous household waste is defined as corrosive, flammable, toxic or reactive materials used in your home, car or truck, garden and lawn, such as:
Household Cleaners—drain openers, oven cleaners, wood/metal cleaners and polishes, toilet bowl cleaners, disinfectants;
Automotive Products—fuel additives, grease/rust solvents, air conditioning refrigerants, starter fluids, auto body putty, coolants, carburetor/fuel injector cleaners;
Lawn/Garden Chemicals—fungicides, herbicides and pesticides;
Home Maintenance Chemicals—oil-based paint, paint thinner, wood preservatives, paint strippers/removers, adhesives;
Miscellaneous—fingernail polish remover, pool chemicals, photo processing chemicals, medicines/drugs goes to the Sheriff’s Department, reactive aerosols, compressed gas, mercury thermometers and thermostats;
Accepted daily at Joyce Lane: TVs and other electronics, fluorescent light bulbs, computers and accessories, dried latex paint, antifreeze, motor oil, home use needles, batteries.
No explosive, ammunition, radioactive, or medical waste materials will be accepted.
For more information call (931) 703-2435 or go to www.ISWArecycle.net