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Hazardous Waste Collection
Posted on Feb 28th, 2021

From an article in The Daily News on Sunday, February 28, 2021, titled, "Changes coming to hazardous waste collection", written by John Reecer. 
This year's Bowling Green household hazardous waste collection will take place over the entire month of March.  Residents of Warren County can drop batteries off for collection at Batteries Plus Bulbs on the U.S.. 31-W By-Pass.  Hazardous waste items can be dropped off from 8 A.M.. to 1 P.M.. March 18 - 20 at the Warren County Salt Barn on Lauren Avery Drive.  On March 18-19, only paint and electronics (no box TVs) and batteries will be accepted.  On March 20, hazardous waste like chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, gas cylinders, waste oil, light bulbs, etc. will be accepted.  In preparation for the event, bags of paint hardener can be picked up from Sherwin Williams at the Campbell Lane location. Due to COVID-19, participants (for their safely) are being asked to space out their visits and remain in their cars.