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Heritage holds Earth Day HHW collection in East Liverpool for 25th year

Posted: 4/10/23

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EAST LIVERPOOL, Ohio – Heritage Thermal Services is pleased to announce that its collection of household hazardous wastes for East Liverpool-area households returns for the 25th year. Final preparations are underway to hold the free event that the facility started in 1997 to commemorate Earth Day.

The collection of household hazardous wastes, old consumer electronics, light bulbs and batteries will take place at the East End facility on Earth Day, April 22, from 8 a.m. – noon. Residents needing to dispose of expired or surplus pharmaceuticals can drop them off that day at East Liverpool City Hospital from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The hospital is among the citySweep sponsors.

For safety reasons, residents are reminded to pack their materials securely. Smoking, hitch trailers and propane tanks are not permitted onsite. Persons delivering their materials must remain in their vehicles while onsite.

Household Hazardous Waste Profile Residents are invited to download this profile form and complete it before arriving at the facility.

Household Hazardous Waste Flyer Detailed information about the household hazardous waste collection is available on this flyer.

The City of East Liverpool and the Southern Columbiana County Regional Chamber of Commerce are promoting cleanups throughout the city. Tim Hortons and WTOV-TV9 are also sponsors of the Earth Day activities.

Since the first citySweep collection in 1997, East Liverpool-area residents have recycled or disposed of more than 303 tons of household chemical wastes and old electronics that otherwise would have been poured down the drain or tossed in the trash.

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