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$20 Dump Days coming in May and June

The Thompson-Nicola Regional District’s $20 Dump Days and Household Hazardous Waste Round-ups are coming back soon.

TNRDlogoOn $20 Dump Days, residents may bring in up to $20 worth of waste for free. Regular tipping fees apply to waste over the $20 limit. The event is for residential customers only. Regular tipping fees apply to commercial, business and municipal loads.

Dates are Sunday, May 25 (Lytton transfer station, Spences Bridge transfer station, and Lower Nicola eco-depot; Saturday, May 31 (Knutsford transfer station, Loon Lake transfer station, Clinton transfer station, 70 Mile transfer station and Logan Lake eco-depot; Sunday, June 8 (Clearwater eco-depot, Paul Lake transfer station, Louise Creek eco-depot, Black Pines transfer station, Blue River transfer station; Sunday, June 22 (Lac le Jeune transfer station, South Thompson eco-depot, Westwold transfer station, Savona transfer station and Heffley Creek eco-depot.

Household Hazardous Waste Round-ups give residents a chance to safely dispose of materials that are toxic, corrosive, reactive or ignitable. Containers may be unlabelled and substances unknown.

No commercial or business waste will be allowed. Dates for the round-ups are Saturday, May 24 (Visitors Information parking lot in Cache Creek); Sunday, May 25 (Merritt Civic Centre parking lot — Note, no electronics will be accepted at this event); Saturday, June 7 (Mission flats landfill, Kamloops).

 

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