(WAUSEON, OH) — The Fulton County Board of Commissioners has received a grant from the Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) for 2014-2015 to clean up litter from roadsides, parks and other public lands; and tire amnesty collection.
Under the Department of Fulton County Solid Waste, groups may be organized for clean-up days in the spring of 2015. All collected materials will be transferred to the Fulton County Transfer Station for disposal. Fulton County will provide some supplies for collection. They plan to work with all County/Townships Highway Departments, Schools, Scouts, FFA, 4-H Clubs, Conservation Organizations and individuals to provide the necessary volunteers to accomplish the overall goals of Fulton County’s solid waste and recycling management program.
For those interested in becoming involved in the beautification of Fulton County neighborhoods, parks and public areas, contact the Fulton County Public Utilities Department at 419-337-9263 to provide the following information: Name of Group/organization, contact person, clean-up route/area, date(s) of clean-up, needed supplies (i.e. trash bags) and collected materials pick up dates(s).
If the above organized group/individual wishes to transfer the collected materials, the Fulton County Transfer Station will be accepting (no charge) all collected materials at 9360 Co. Rd. 14 (between the Airport and Dog Pound) through June 30, 2015.
Tires (passenger and pickup truck without rims) will be accepted (no charge) at the Fulton County Transfer Station on Saturday April 25th, 2015 and Saturday May 30th, 2015 from 8am to 4pm. There is a limit of 4 tires per household. They will be accepting Residential tires only, no commercial or business. On-site registration will be required.
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