Household hazardous waste collection day set for Warren
Warren — The town of Warren will be hosting a household hazardous waste collection day Saturday, Nov. 10 from 9-12 a.m. The event will be held in the town office parking lot, which is located behind the firehouse.
Each Warren household is invited to dispose of one unit of household waste free of charge. According to David Grant of the Warren Transfer Station, one unit consists of 20 pounds of waste, five gallons of waste, or a combination of the two. Additional waste will incur a fee of $25 per unit, to be paid at the time of disposal.
Approved items include pesticides, flammable solids, mercury, paint, fire extinguishers, smoke detectors, old gas, and antifreeze.
Substances that cannot be accepted are asbestos, pharmaceutical waste, explosives, ammunition, cylinders, bulbs, televisions, computer equipment, batteries (including car batteries), and biohazard waste (sharps).
For questions and comments, contact the Warren Transfer Station at 273-2290 or the Warren Town Office at 273-2421.