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News : Solid Waste Collection Day Set For Grundy County
Posted by Randy on 2014/4/3 9:32:43 (271 reads) News by the same author

The Trenton Area Chamber of Commerce, in conjunction with the North Missouri Solid Waste Management District, plans a solid waste collection for Grundy County residents May 3rd.
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No business nor commercial drop-offs will be allowed.

Grundy County residents may dispose of 4 standard passenger tires for each licensed driver at no charge. Additional standard passenger tires or smaller will be charged $1 each. Oversized tires of 36 inches or greater will be accepted at $4 each. Tractor tires will be accepted at a charge of $10 each.

The tires must have no rims, and be clean and free of debris.

Appliances will be collected at a charge of $5. They include washing machines, dryers, dishwashers, ranges, ovens, microwaves, freezers, refrigerators, air conditioners, and hot water heaters. Refrigerants will be removed by certified technicians.

Scrap metal, household batteries, rechargeable batteries, intact car batteries, cell phones, and ink cartridges will be accepted at no charge. Ink cartridges broken or cracked cases will not be accepted.

The Solid Waste Collection for Grundy County residents is the morning of Saturday, May 3rd from 9 until Noon at 807 East 7th Street in Trenton. That's near 7th and Kavanaugh. It once was the site of a Maggie's Mess store.

Questions can be directed to Ann Hamilton of Green Hills Regional Planning Commission and the North Missouri Solid Waste Management District.

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