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Who You Gonna Call (About HHW)? 30

Let’s take a quick look at some of the best HHW disposal options.

Updated On 12/01/2016 | Originally Published On 10/19/2015
Who You Gonna Call (About HHW)?
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  • Bonnie G. 1 day ago
    North Carolina is my state.
  • Sally W. 13 days ago
    Lucy S. my state is California. I live in the high desert of eastern Kern County.
  • TAMMY F. 15 days ago
    we use a composite bin
  • Sally W. 20 days ago
    My state has a 5 cent surcharge on almost all drink containers. I have a recycle bin for the drink containers, a bin for regular recyclables, and a bin for haz mat waste. Our local land fill is open for 3 hours on the second Saturday of the month for haz mat waste. It also has a dedicated place to drop off e-waste. Used Christmas trees are collected and put in the man-made lake 30 miles away. Our sewage waste water is put in percolation ponds to replenish the aquifer. As a side benefit we are now on the migratory path for birds. We have one of the highest rates of recycling in our state.
  • M P. 20 days ago
    My small state has regularly scheduled days for Haz Waste drop-offs. I recycle everything that I can, even tho there are fewer "igloo" drop off sites. I compost all vegetable scraps, coffee grounds, eggs shells, and use compost for my small garden. I have so little trash I cancelled my pickup service. One problem is styrofoam. I have to save the egg cartons, packaging etc and make a special trip to the landfill - they have a bin to recycle styrofoam, and electronics.
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