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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Scheduled

Perry City Hall Will Be Drop Off Location

Posted by Durand Now at 8:09pm 5/10/18

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The Shiawassee County Health Department is conducting a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Saturday May 19, 2018 from 8 a.m. – Noon at Perry City Hall located at 203 W. Polly St. Perry, MI. HHW program funding is provided by Shiawassee County Waste Management fund.



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The goal of the program is to keep HHW out of the county rivers, lakes, streams and ditches. The collection is FREE to all Shiawassee County Residents. Past collections have received 227,060 pounds of hazardous waste, which was safely disposed of or recycled. Most of these items would have ended up flushed down the sewer, into a septic system, buried at the local landfill or dumped in rivers and streams. Accepted materials include anything that is toxic, flammable, corrosive or reactive. We do not accept latex paint. Latex paint can be dried out and safely disposed of with household trash.  

No appointment is necessary for the collection; please bring any household hazardous waste materials you have starting at 8 a.m. The HHW collection is on a first come, first serve basis. For additional information contact the Shiawassee County Health Department at (989) 743-2392. For information on all HHW materials please visit http://www.shiawasseechd.net/Environmental-Health/ .

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Man Behind Project Tim Speaks At Rotary Event

John Schultes, CEO of New Steel, Delivers Keynote At Saturday Rotary Conference Hosted by Durand Rotary

Posted by Durand Now at 6:12pm 5/5/18

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The annual Rotary District 6310 Conference and Dinner this year is hosted by Durand Rotary. The event, held at Zehnder's in Frankenmuth, featured as a keynote speaker, John Schultes, CEO of New Steel International, one of the companies behind the push to bring "Project Tim" to Durand.

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