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Hancock Downtown Development Authority Meeting
 
 

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Houghton County Emergency Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
 
Canal Rock-2018 Mid-Nite Storm
 
 

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Hancock Recreation Commission Meeting
 
Cemetery Committe Meeting
 
 

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Canal Rock-2018 Backroom Boys
 
 

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HOME and GARDEN TOUR 2018
 
 

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Board of Review
 
 

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Hancock Housing Commission
 
City Council Meeting
 
 

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Key Ingredients
 
 

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Canal Run
 
 

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Hancock Planning Commission Meeting
 
 

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Canal Rock-2018 Panhandlers
 
 

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Houghton County Emergency Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event
Houghton County Emergency Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

Friday, July 6, 2018 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Macdonald Street behind the Lake Linden Village Park

There is no cost for Houghton County resident flooding victims. Businesses, schools, institutions, commercial farmers and non-Houghton County residents are not eligible to participate.

Items accepted:

• Aerosols
• Antifreeze/motor oil/automotive fluids
• Solvents/flammable/oil-based paint
• Pesticides
• Electronics
• Latex paint
• Reactives/oxidizers
• Corrosives (acids / bases)
• Miscellaneous cleaners and toxics
• Mercury (liquid and devices)
• Batteries (mixed household)
• Medical Sharps (must arrive in rigid container)
• Fluorescent lamps
• PCB electrical equipment
• Fire extinguishers
• Propane cylinders
• Smoke detectors
• Non-controlled substance pharmaceuticals and over the counter medications


Items not accepted:

• Weapons
• Explosives
• Construction materials/debris
• Appliances
• Radioactive materials (other than smoke detectors)
• Shock-sensitive materials
• Standard household trash

• Tires
• Yard waste



When preparing waste for the collection:
 Do not mix waste materials.
 Place material with damaged containers in a secondary container that is closed to prevent release/exposure during transport and collection.
 Ensure labels are visible and secondary containers are marked.
 Keep “like” containers together.
 Place containers in a lined box or plastic container to keep materials upright during transport.
 Containers larger than a 5-gallon bucket require special approval.

 
More information (PDF Format).
 
 
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