The Blockhouse Valley Recycling Center, on Blockhouse Valley Road in South Clinton, has expanded the hours that it is open to the public, a press release said.
The recycling center, once open to the public only on Wednesdays and a few Saturdays each month, is now open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., and from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Saturdays, the press release said.
The facility accepts mixed paper, electronics, oil-based paint, spray paint, tires, scrap metal, appliances, fluorescent light bulbs, lead acid and rechargeable batteries, used motor oil and filters, and antifreeze, the press release said. No hazardous waste (solvents, gasoline, diesel fuel, etc.) are accepted.
For more information, you may visit online at http://www.anderson-county.com/mayor/planninganddevelopment/solidwaste/ or contact Geoff Trabalka, Anderson County Solid Waste Management supervisor, at (865) 463-6845.
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