Town Clean Up Day – Saturday, September 26 from 9am-1pm: Town of Superior Clean Up Day Saturday, September 26, 2020 - 9am to 1pm Electronics  Equipment Accepted   Appliances Personal Computers No Charge   Freon Free Appliances No Charge Laptops No Charge   Microwaves $5.00 Docking Stations No Charge   Dehumidifiers $5.00 Uninterrupted Power Supplies No Charge   Air Conditioners $5.00 Calculators No Charge   Refrigerators (need to be cleaned out) $10.00 Networking Equipment No Charge   Freezers (need to be cleaned out) $10.00 Wire/Cabling No Charge       Phones/Cell Phones No Charge   Miscellaneous   Keyboard/Mice No Charge   Fax Cartridges No Charge Scanners, Printers, Fax Machines $2.00 & Up   Printer Cartridges No Charge VCR’s $2.00 & Up   Fluorescent lamps No Charge Radios/Stereos $2.00 & Up   Light building material No Charge Copiers $5.00 & Up   Cardboard No Charge LCD Monitors $4.00   Batteries No Charge CRT Monitors $8.00   Furniture (Not Upholstered) No Charge Plasma/ Large LCD Televisions $8.00-$10.00   Furniture (Upholstered) $10.00 20” and Smaller CRT Television $10.00   Mattresses/Box Springs $10.00 21” to 25” CRT Television $15.00   Hide-a-Beds With Mattress $20.00 26” to 30” Television/ Projection $20.00   Scrap Metal No Charge 31” and Larger Television/ Projection $25.00 & Up   Small gas engine machines No Charge Console Television $25.00 & Up                 Tires         Passenger $4.00   Commercial Tires $10 & Up Passenger w/Rim $5.00   Agricultural Tires $15 & Up                       Superior Town Hall, 4917 S State Rd 35     ITEMS NOT ACCEPTED: Hazardous waste (chemical cleaners, enamel paints, varnishes, automotive fluids, pesticides, herbicides, & medical waste), concrete, yard waste, food and animal waste.   PAYMENTS: The Town of Superior will be taking payment for upholstered furniture, mattresses, box springs and hide-a-beds.  Payments may be made in cash or by check made out to “Town of Superior.”  All other charges will be paid directly to Afterlife Electronics or Tire Aggregate, either by cash or check.  Please plan accordingly.   SCRAP METAL: Scrap metal can be dropped off free-of-charge during Clean-Up Day and will be donated to the Town of Superior Fire Department for fundraising purposes.     Questions?  Contact Carolyn Jones, Town Clerk at (715) 399-8385; email: [email protected]

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Douglas County Hazardous Waste Collection in Bennett – August 5, 2020

Wednesday, August 5th

Bennett Town Hall

9215 East County Road L

2:00 pm – 7:00 pm

 

2020 Douglas County Hazardous Waste & Medication Collection Northwest Regional Planning Commission is making it easy for residents to dispose of unwanted or unusable household chemicals. Items to be accepted include oil-based paints, unwanted medication, solvents, pesticides, hazardous cleaners, fluorescent and high-density light bulbs, lead tackle/shot, oil filters, rechargeable and button batteries, mercury, old gas, antifreeze, cell phones and other items considered hazardous, or that you wouldn’t dump down the drain. Materials may be brought to this collection only during designated open hours. Some items collected require a fee, see below. 

50¢ per fluorescent bulb 4 foot and under (includes CFL’s)

75¢ per fluorescent bulb over 4 foot

$ 1.00 per oil filter

Pre-registration is required for businesses wishing to dispose of chemicals and reasonable charges will be assessed. For information on prices and to register (businesses) contact Jen. Pre-registration is also requested from farmers that wish to dispose of hazardous farm chemicals. Items not accepted at this event: asbestos, alkaline batteries (go in garbage), ammunition, explosives, radioactive wastes, compresses gas cylinders (any size), spray-foam cylinders, dried and/or empty paint cans and latex paint (non-hazardous and must be dried out and disposed of with regular garbage). Residents are encouraged to participate in ANY of the 9-county HHW events, please go to www.nwrpc.com for a full schedule. Questions can be directed to Jen at 715- 635-2197 or [email protected]