September 30th, 2017
8:00am - 12:00pm
What is a Clean Sweep?
It is a voluntary, state/county program for the legal, safe, and convenient disposal of hazardous wastes from homes, farms, and businesses. The Clean Sweep program has been operating since 1990.
Why Should I Participate?
Hazardous chemicals can cause health, safety, or environmental problems. Improperly stored or disposed chemicals can pollute ground and surface waters. Participants will not be held liable for the proper disposal of materials collected.
Who Can Participate?
All Wood County residents can participate.
Is There a Cost to Participate?
Households and farms are allowed to dispose of hazardous waste without charge; however, quantities may be restricted.
Businesses and schools can use Clean Sweep to dispose of unwanted chemicals in an easy, low cost way. To obtain a FREE, no obligation, disposal estimate, contact Chris Bahlow at Veolia, by SEPTEMBER 22ND at email@example.com, or call 715-298-2623.
Quantities and items accepted may be restricted.
Examples of Acceptable Materials
Ether, Degreasers, Old Fuel, Brake Fluid; Transmission Fluid
LAWN, GARDEN & FARM
Fungicides, Rodenticides, Herbicides, Insecticides
Nail Polish Remover, Spot Remover, Moth Balls, Swimming Pool Chemicals, Drain Cleaner, Oven Cleaner, Silver Polish, Floor Polish, Mildew Cleaner, Dry Cleaning Fluid, Metal Cleaners, NiCad Batteries, Photography Chemicals
Stripper, Wood Preservatives, Hobby Materials, Thinner/Solvents, Gun Cleaning Fluid, Turpentine, Lead-Based Paints, Varnish, Lacquer, Creosote
LATEX PAINT, TIRES, MOTOR OIL, AUTOMOTIVE BATTERIES, FLUORESCENT TUBES, ELECTRONICS, APPLIANCES, ANTI-FREEZE, EXPLOSIVES AND HIGH PRESSURE CYLINDERS CANNOT BE ACCEPTED.
Dry out latex paint and dispose of in the garbage.
Recycle used motor oil and anti-freeze.
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