Household Hazardous Waste Collection Set

Mike Seals - May 19, 2020 10:58 pm

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event:

The City of Ponca City and Phillips 66 are sponsoring a Household Hazardous Waste Collection event Saturday May 30, from 9 to 1 in the Phillips66 north parking lot located at Oak and South Avenue. Your family can generate as much as 100 pounds of hazardous waste each year. Hazardous waste is defined as material that can catch fire, react or explode under certain circumstances, or that is corrosive or toxic.

The public is encouraged to dispose of items such as old oil, antifreeze and paints, solvents, household cleaners and lawn & pool chemicals. You may also bring electronic equipment, including TVs. A medication collection will also be available for prescription & OTC medications. Proper disposal of hazardous waste helps protect our delicate environment and makes our community safer. For more information, call 767-0411.

Medication Collection

Do you have unwanted medications around your house? Help protect your family, community and the environment by properly disposing of them.

What to bring? All expired and unwanted prescriptions and over the counter medications will be taken. But please don’t bring hypodermic needles, medical waste or inhalers.

Bring your old electronics!

Believe it or not, that old console TV sitting in your garage can be recycled. Bring you old TVs, computers and computer equipment to our collection event. They will be safely recycled and put to good use.

HHW Collection

Get ready now for Hazardous Waste Collection event coming up Saturday, May 30 from 9-1. Event will be held in Phillips 66 parking lot at Oak & South Ave. Chemicals, prescriptions & electronics accepted. For complete list call 767-0453.

 

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