2011-06-09 / Outdoors

PUTTING WASTE IN ITS PLACE



Around 400 vehicles showed up carting all manner of hazardous waste to the county’s semi-annual Household Hazardous Waste collection at the Roscommon County Health Department Saturday, according to Roscommon County Solid Waste Recycling Coordinator Barb Stauffer. (Above) Sarah Michayluk, an AmeriCorps intern with the Huron Pines and the Crawford-Roscommon Soil Conservation District, packages household batteries for transport. (Below, left to right) Trapper Ackley is helped with a load of used tires by Jim Johnson and Bob Bonacorsi, two of the 20 volunteers from the community who showed up to help Saturday. (Photos by Thomas Reznich) Around 400 vehicles showed up carting all manner of hazardous waste to the county’s semi-annual Household Hazardous Waste collection at the Roscommon County Health Department Saturday, according to Roscommon County Solid Waste Recycling Coordinator Barb Stauffer. (Above) Sarah Michayluk, an AmeriCorps intern with the Huron Pines and the Crawford-Roscommon Soil Conservation District, packages household batteries for transport. (Below, left to right) Trapper Ackley is helped with a load of used tires by Jim Johnson and Bob Bonacorsi, two of the 20 volunteers from the community who showed up to help Saturday. (Photos by Thomas Reznich)

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