9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Proper disposal of household waste helps keep our waters clean. That is why 22 Bangor area communities collaborate one a year to offer the annual Bangor Regional Household Hazardous Waste Event. These communities realize that providing residents a place to take their hazardous waste helps keep it out of landfills and incinerators, as well as reducing the potential for illegal dumping in the woods, streams and air that surrounds our homes.
The City of Bangor Public Works Center located at 530 Maine Avenue, will host the event on Saturday, October 3, from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. The event is free to most pre-registered residents of participating communities. The communities plus the non-profit organizations, Keep Bangor Beautiful, and Bangor Area Storm Water Group support the collection and disposal activities.
Residents who wish to drop off household hazardous waste on collection day should make a list of items they would like to bring to the collection event, and then visit their town office no later than Friday October 2, 2009 by noon to register in advance. Residents who have not pre-registered will be charged a $10 fee on the day of the event. No permits will be issued after 12:00 p.m. on Friday October 2nd.
Each resident will be allowed to bring up to 15 gallons of household hazardous waste and one computer monitor, one keyboard and one television per permit. Residents should contact their local town office for more information.
Participating Communities Include
|Bangor ||992-4200 ||Holden ||843-5151 |
|Brewer ||989-7800 ||Kenduskeag ||884-7947 |
|Carmel ||848-336 ||Milford ||827-2072 |
|Clifton ||843-0709 ||Newburgh ||234-2490 |
|Dedham ||843-6217 ||Old Town ||827-3962 |
|Dixmont ||234-2294 ||Orono ||866-2556 |
|Eddington ||843-5233 ||Orrington ||825-3340 |
|Etna ||269-3551 ||Penobscot Nation ||817-7320 |
|Glenburn ||942-2905 ||Stockton Springs ||567-3404 |
|Hampden ||862-4500 ||Veazie ||947-2781 |
|Hermon ||848-3485 ||Winterport ||223-5055 |