Keep San Angelo Beautiful is hosting a free Household Hazardous Waste Event & Eco-fair on Saturday, May 22nd from 9:00 AM – 12:00 Noon at the San Angelo Coliseum.

Numerous services will be offered during that time including document shredding up to five boxes per vehicle available.

MANY HOUSEHOLD ITEMS WILL BE ACCEPTED INCLUDING:
Batteries
Tires (no rims, max of six tires per vehicle)
Electronics (no TVs or CRT monitors)
Drain, oven and other household cleaners
Paint thinner
Latex- and oil-based paint
Aerosol cans
Metal polish
Radiator cleaners
Rust preventers
Wood preservatives and wood strippers
Solvents
Photography chemicals
Sealants
Cooking oil
Lightbulbs
Gasoline
Kerosene
Oil
Degreaser
Brake and transmission fluids
Antifreeze
Pesticides
Herbicides
Insecticides
Ammonia
Rodent killers
Pool chemicals
Mothballs
Bleach
Fertilizers
Corrosives and batteries

ITEMS THAT WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED INCLUDE:
Drums over five gallons of anything
Truckloads of anything
Biological items - sharps, meds, scripts
Appliances
Cylinders or extinguishers
Fireworks or explosives
Reactive material
Agriculture waste
Construction or business waste
Asbestos materials
Trash

Enjoy children's activities including a bike giveaway! Decoty Coffee, Kona Ice and other food vendors will be on-site.
For more information, call 325-486-3771 or charlotte.anderson@cosatx.us.
This event is only open to Tom Green County residents. Please bring a valid water or electric bill to confirm your residence.

Keep San Angelo Beautiful is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization designed to enhance the quality of life in San Angelo. Their mission is believing in the shared responsibility to create awareness and maintain clean, green and beautiful spaces through art, science and education in our community. Their vision is pledging to take action every day to build and support thriving communities, safe neighborhoods and new businesses to improve and beautify San Angelo.

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