Terre Haute, Ind. (WTHI) - If you have any hazardous chemicals in your possession you'd like to get rid of, this weekend is the time to do it.
The City of Terre Haute along with the Vigo County Fairgrounds is sponsoring Tox Away Day.
This is a one day event on Saturday, October 19th.
It's for Vigo County residents only.
Organizers say people can drive up and drop off hazardous household waste.
The event will run from 8:00 a.m. TO 2:00 p.m. at the Vigo County fairgrounds.
You'll need to show proof of residency to leave your items.
Oil Based Paint Polishes, Solvents Aerosol Cans, Stains Degreasers, Varnishes Fungicides, Thinners Gasoline, Preservatives, Photography, Chemicals,Glues/Adhesives Mercury, Pesticides, Fluorescent Bulbs, Herbicides, Refrigerators, Pool Chemicals, Air Conditioners, Fertilizers, Dehumidifiers, Insecticides, Freezers, Engine Cleaners, Washers &/or Dryers, Pet Care Products, Water Heaters, Deodorizers, Stoves, Disinfectants, Anti-Freeze, Drain/Oven, Cleaners, Motor Oil, Turpentine, Oil Filters
Latex,Paint,Agribusiness,Batteries Tires, Fire Extinguishers, Commercial Waste, Industrial Waste, Gas Cylinders and Smoke Detectors
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