Disposing of Hazardous Waste:
is the schedule and process for properly disposing of certain hazardous
wastes. Keep our aquifer and water supply safe by following these
guidelines. Electronics commonly contain lead, mercury and other toxins.
Did you know the average CRT monitor has about 7 lbs of lead in it?
Disposing in landfills potentially allows this to get into water
sources. Safe disposal cost's only $5! Read details below.
EIGHT HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS
YOU MUST PRE REGISTER AND PRE PAY
Call 463-6020 to register and schedule an appointment, then send a check for $5.00 payable to ‘DCRRA’ Dutchess County Resource Recovery Agency, 96 Sand Dock Road, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601
These events are partially funded by
This Program Is For Dutchess County Residents Only
For more information - www.DCRRA.org
Expanded Electronic Equipment Collection!!!
By Advanced Recovery Inc. www.advancedrecovery.com
Product Containers Marked:
“Warning”, “Hazardous”, “Flammable”, “Poisonous”, Corrosive” Photo chemicals, non latex driveway sealer, pool chemicals, creosote, kerosene, flammable liquids, metal polish, turpentine, stains, varnishes, strippers, thinners, gasoline/oil mixture, brake fluid, auto fluids, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, chemical fertilizers, adhesives, resins, solvents, oil & lead based paints (no latex!), mercury containing devices, button cell batteries for watches & hearing aids, computer monitors, CPUs, fax machines, printers, TV’s, stereos, and telephones
DO NOT BRING
Ammunition or explosives, appliances, asbestos products, latex driveway sealer, broken glass, building or construction debris, tires, furniture, medical waste or medicines, propane or other flammable gas cylinders, radioactive materials, scrap metal, metal drums or empty containers
Latex Paint — Add kitty litter or sawdust to dry out remaining paint, and then place the can in your regular trash
Motor Oil — NY State requires service stations and automotive retailers to accept used motor oil and antifreeze
Automotive Batteries — NY State requires retailers to take back old car batteries
Alkaline Batteries — AAA, AA, C, D. 9 Volt and lantern batteries are regular household trash
Rechargeable Nickel Cadmium Batteries — Call 1-800-Battery for most convenient local disposal location
Collections will be the first Saturday of the month - at DCRRA in Poughkeepsie on April 3, May 1, July 10*, August 7, October 2 and November 6, the Red Hook Recycling Center on June 5 and Cornell Cooperative Extension in Millbrook on September 4. All events begin-at 7:30AM.
Pre-registration and pre-payment for HHW events is mandatory. DCRRA must receive your $5 registration fee by the Wednesday prior to each Saturday’s event. No monies will be accepted at the collection site and non-registered, non-paid residents will be refused.
Bins will also be available at the DCRRA location only to dispose of junk mail, white paper, magazines, newspaper and commingled bottles & cans. There is no fee charged and no registration needed for these bins.
• July event is the second Saturday, July 10, due to the July 4 Holiday Weekend.
Note: This is from a public record document and it has been scanned, OCR'ed and formatted for best web appearance - efforts have been made to both retain accuracy and approximate look of original document, but there may be slight differences from the original.
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