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Spartanburg To Hold Hazardous Waste Disposal Event Saturday

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. -
Spartanburg County is holding a Hazardous Waste Disposal Event Saturday.

The event is being held March 23rd from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the County Administration Building on Church Street across from Memorial Auditorium.

Spartanburg County is one of a few counties that host events like this.

Only Spartanburg County residents can participate. Proof of residency, such as a driver's license, will be required.

 No business, commercial, or agra-business waste will be accepted.  Additionally, no contractors or construction material will accepted.

Acceptable Items include:

-Aerosols
-Brake fluid
-Corrosives (acid & base) liquids and solids
-Fire extinguisher (med. or small)
-Flammable liquids or solids
-Fluorescent bulbs
-Furniture polishes, waxes, etc
-Alkaline batteries
-NiCd batteries
-Lithium batteries
-Mercury/silver batteries
-Reactive material
-High BTU bulk liquids/solids
-Oxidizers (liquid or solid)
-Mercury debris
-Paint & paint thinner
-Fertilizers
-Gas cylinders
-Solvents/degreasers
-Swimming pool chemicals
-Pesticides/poisons (liquid/solid)

Unacceptable items include:

-Medical waste
-Ammunition
-Explosives
-Radioactive materials

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