Hazardous waste roundup a continuing success

August 19, 2019by ncdea

MICHIGAN, Manistee CD – For over a decade, the Manistee Conservation District (MCD) has helped residents responsibly dispose of hazardous chemicals, thereby preventing toxic household items, pharmaceuticals and pesticides from winding up in landfills or groundwater.

The program began in 2006 as a collaborative effort between Manistee, Mason Lake and Oceana Conservation Districts, which comprise the regional Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) committee.

Susan Spencer, executive director of the MCD, said, “We run this event concurrent to the other conservation districts. It’s always the third Saturday in August and it’s been increasingly successful.”

Source: Hazardous waste roundup a continuing success – Manistee News

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