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SUSPENDING BURN BARREL OR FIRE PIT ASH

By: Carroll Staff Date: January 19, 2021

To help safe guard against reigniting fires we will be suspending the acceptance of burn barrel or fire pit ash until further notice. The fire has been out for days and the ash seems harmless… but under the right conditions there are hidden hot spots in the ash that will reignite…causing a flareup in the […]

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BEHIND THE WOOD PILE

By: Carroll Staff Date: January 19, 2021

If you are “taken out behind the woodshed,” it is usually a discreet way of being reprimanded or disciplined, but it is also a place where things happen that are not seen. Carroll County Solid Waste provides a disposal area for yard & garden, brush & tree waste for residents of Carroll County. Our organic piles […]

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HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND A UNIQUE YEAR FOR SPRING CLEANING!

By: Carroll Staff Date: January 19, 2021

March came in like a lamb, but was soon blown away with both strong winds and the covid-19 virus. With school, travel and work on hold, many are facing long stretches of time at home.   MAKE THE BEST OF THIS HISTORICAL MOMENT IN TIME! This is a GREAT time to take care of to […]

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A BURDEN ON RECYCLING SERVICES

By: Carroll Staff Date: January 19, 2021

CONTAMINATED RURAL RECYCLING TRAILERS ARE PLACING AN UNNECESSARY FILTHY & FINANCIAL BURDEN ON RECYCLING SERVICES Recycling has been around since the Waste Reduction and Recycling Act of 1989. Fast forward 31 years, and we still face confusion on what goes in the recycling and what goes in the garbage. Our rural recycling trailers have become […]

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