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Spring Tox Drop Day (Potentially Toxic Materials)
April 24, 2021 @ 9:00 am - 2:00 pm
TOX-AWAY Collection Events
Saturday, April 24, 2021
9am – 2pm
Boone County Highway Garage
1955 Indianapolis Avenue, Lebanon
¨ Brake Fluid
¨ Motor Oil
¨ Small Propane Tanks
¨ Glues & Adhesives
¨ Fire Extinguishers
¨ Fluorescent Tube Lights/CFL Bulbs
¨ Oil Based Paint/Thinner/Stain
¨ Household Cleaners
¨ Pool Chemicals
¨ Thermometers & Thermostats
¨ Batteries (Automobile & Rechargeable)
¨ Tires (See Limits) ***Tires will only be collected at the spring event***
¨ Electronics (Free, with the exception of a $20 CASH fee per unit for ALL televisions & computer monitors)
List of Electronics banned for being disposed of in an Indiana landfill: Televisions, Computer monitors, Computers (including desktops, laptops, and tablets), E-readers, Fax machines, Peripherals (including keyboards, mice, external hard drives, printers, all-in-one printer/scanner/copiers, projectors, and any other devices that are sold exclusively for external use with a computer and provide input into or output from a computer), DVD players (including gaming systems that are able to play DVDs), Digital photo frames, Digital media players, iPods/MP3 players, Camcorders/cameras, DVR/TiVo devices (including cable boxes and satellite boxes, but not satellite dishes), Portable GPS navigation systems. Small appliances are NOT considered electronics.
Guidelines & Limitations
¨ Must be a Boone County Resident
¨ Only Residential Waste Accepted – No Business or Industrial Waste
¨ Tire Limits per Primary Residence – 4 Vehicle or Truck Tires OR 2 Tractor Tires (Maximum outside diameter of 54 inches) OR Combination thereof (4 Tire Max.)
** Please stay in your vehicle at all times during the event. This is for the health and safety of our attendees and workers.
Do NOT Bring:
¨ Radioactive Waste
¨ Explosives – Ammunition, Fireworks, Flares, Etc.
¨ Alkaline Batteries – AA/AAA/C/D/9V/Etc. are Non-Hazardous
¨ Latex Paint – This type of common household paint is Non-Toxic & should be allowed to dry out (Cat Litter helps) until it is non-liquid, then place it in the trash