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Tempe will hold a hazardous waste collection event Oct. 2 at Kiwanis Park, where residents can drop off batteries, paint, auto fluids, aerosol cans, insecticides, old tires and more.
Mesa residents can get rid of household hazardous waste Saturday, Feb. 4, when the city will collect a wide range of substances. The free event is scheduled from 8 a.m. to noon at the East Mesa Service Center, 6953 E. Decatur St., which is east of Power Road and north of University Drive.
Mesa residents looking for a way to get rid of old cans of paint, batteries, pesticides, electronics, tires and prescription drugs are invited to bring these and other household hazardous waste materials to the next city-sponsored collection 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the East Mesa Service Center, 6935 E. Decatur St., east of Power Road, north of University Drive.
Some of the trash Tempe homeowners put out on the curb is being turned into mulch rather than going to the landfill through an experiment the city is undertaking.
Mesa is holding a household hazardous waste collection event on Saturday for city residents.
Residents can rid their homes of hazardous wastes by bringing them to the annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day 7:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 3 at the city Corporation Yard, 9191 E. San Salvador.
Mesa residents looking for a way to get rid of old cans of paint, batteries, pesticides, electronics, tires and prescription drugs are invited to bring these and other household hazardous waste materials to the next city-sponsored collection 8 a.m. to noon on Saturday, Feb. 9 at the East Mesa Service Center, 6935 E. Decatur St. (east of Power Road, north of University).
Scottsdale-based Allied Waste Industries, the nation’s second-largest waste hauler, reported a 7.8 percent increase in revenue for the second quarter of its fiscal year 2006.
Mesa residents can safely get rid of old paint, batteries and other chemicals this Saturday at a free event. The city will accept household hazardous substances including paint, pool chemicals, adhesives, aerosol cans, pesticides, fuel additives, antifreeze, gasoline and propane tanks, mercury, batteries and light bulbs. Materials should be sealed in an original container whenever possible, and unmarked containers should be labeled if possible. Also, residents can drop off up to two appliances and up to five automotive tires. The city won’t accept industrial waste, radioactive material, explosives, large truck tires or trash.
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Several pet waste collections bins like this one at 40th Street and Ahwatukee Drive in central Ahwatukee Foothills are due to be removed. The Ahwatukee Board of Management is asking dog owners to take their dogs
Gilbert is offering its residents an opportunity this week to rid themselves of hazardous wastes that may be piling up at home.
Household hazardous waste technician David Ramirez empties containers of flammable liquids into a container to be hauled off and disposed of properly at the hazardous waste collection site in Gilbert. Sept. 24, 2009.
MacMedia Inc., a Apple reseller and service provider, will collect old, used and broken electronic equipment during an "E-Waste" Recycling Day from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sept. 6 in downtown Scottsdale
Gilbert won’t offer its semiannual hazardous waste drop-off anymore — thanks to a successful program that allows residents to drop off harmful waste three days a week rather than twice a year.
Scottsdale-based Allied Waste Industries, the nation’s second-largest waste hauler, said Tuesday it completed the sale of collection businesses in three states to Waste Management.
April 25, 2005
Scottsdale-based Allied Waste Industries, the nation's second-largest waste hauler, is scaling back its income expectation for 2004 because of higher costs to improve its internal operations and a lagging economic growth.
Waste Not, a Phoenix-based organization dedicated to collecting and distributing perishable food to a diverse network of agencies that feed the hungry, will host its 20th annual Empty Bowls Event from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. Friday, Oct. 15, in the Grotto at Arizona Center, 400 E. Van Buren.
Scottsdale-based Allied Waste Industries, the nation’s second-largest waste hauler, reported increased revenue and net income for the first quarter of 2005.
March 16, 2005
There’s one thing growing faster than the population in Gilbert — the piles of bulk trash.