This year marks the 30th annual Operation Clean House, a free event to help Washington County residents get rid of hazardous household and automotive goods without harming others or the enviornment.
The event will take place on April 13 between 8 a.m. and 2 p.m.
Residents will have two areas to drop off unwanted items in the county. In Bartlesville, you may drop them off at the Phillips Parking Lot just off Adams Blvd. west of the railroad tracks.
Items accepted at this location include electronics and hazardous household waste such as cleaners, yard care products, oil based paints, pharmaceuticals and fluorescent bulbs.
Dewey residents can drop off unwanted items on Ninth Street, two miles east of U.S. Highway 75.
Items accepted at this location include motor oil, antifreeze, automotive batteries, tires and appliances.
For more information on this event and a list items accepted for recycling or disposal, go to www.cityofbartlesville.org. You may also contact the Washington County Commissioners at 918-534-1170.
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