Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day a BIG Success!

The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, on Saturday, August 18 was a big success!  Staff from Montgomery County Environmental Services, the City of Dayton, and Veolia Environmental processed 682 cars during the event. 

This event removed hazardous materials, which require special handling, from the waste stream, keeping them out of sewer lines and storm sewers.   The "Program Specialists" photo features Barbara Asberry and Brian Fowls, both program specialists for the Montgomery County Solid Waste District, helping move vehicles through the queue.

For more information on how you can help our environment, visit the Montgomery County Solid Waste District web site at www.mcswd.org or call 937-225-4999.

 

HHW Day  Program Specialists

HHW Day  Removing Waste

HHW Day  wide shot

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