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Get the house cleared out before the weather cools down. Drop off unwanted household chemicals at the Douglas County Household Chemical Roundup Sept. 21.
This year’s roundup will be from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Castle Rock Water, 175 Kellogg Court. This is a joint event between Castle Rock Water and the Tri-County Health Department to prevent pollution and help protect trash handlers. Unwanted chemicals that are not disposed of properly can contaminate the water supply, air and landfills.
A contribution of $25 is requested to help offset the high costs of hazardous waste disposal. Participants must be Douglas County residents and will be asked for a driver’s license, water bill, utility bill or phone bill to verify residency.
Items being accepted include:
Items that cannot be accepted include:
Last year’s chemical roundup events disposed of approximately 398,518 pounds of hazardous materials, which helps keep our community and watershed clear of contaminants. Head to CRgov.com/roundup for more information.
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