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The annual spring Hazardous Household Waste Collection in Barry County is scheduled for May 7 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Barry County Fairgrounds, 1350 North M-37.  A medicine take-back event for unused or outdated medications is held at the same time. Leave the name of the medication visible, but black out any identifying information.

 

Household items like batteries, lead-based paint, used motor oil, solvents and more will be collected. For a complete list of what the collection accepts, go to: www.barryeatonhealth.org.

 

There is a cost for car, truck and tractor tires, however, the Barry County Solid Waste Oversight committee has agreed to waive the fees for tires collected from the Yankee Springs Recreation Area in an April 17 volunteer clean-up.

 

The collections are sponsored by the Barry County Solid Waste Oversight Committee with support from the Barry County Fair Board, Waste Management, Barry-Eaton District Health Department, Barry County Substance Abuse Task Force, Sheriff’s Department, and local pharmacies.
 

 

Yankee Springs Supervisor Mark Englerth throws one more tire on the pile of tires picked up in a cleanup of the Yamkee Springs Recreation Area.

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