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Free Plant Giveaway this Saturday

4/12/2013 1:56:06 PM

Plant Giveaway this Saturday April, 13 

* What:  Join us for our annual Plant Giveaway to get your free plants to help beautify the town and protect the environment. We will have hundreds of plants of many different species to give away. They will be distributed on a first come first serve basis with 5 plants per individual. Bring your own containers and bags to carry your plants.
* Where:  Leland Recreation Building (102 Town Hall Dr.) 
* When:  April 13, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. (or until all plants are gone)
* Fee:  FREE! This event is brought to you with support from Leland Stormwater Services.

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Ornamental Peppers

Free Dump Week April 15-20                        

Brunswick County Residents may bring items, except for household trash and land clearing debris, to the Landfill in Bolivia free of charge.  Commercial vehicles will be charged normal tipping fees.  Must show proof of Brunswick County residency.  Hours of operation are Monday through Saturday 8 am until 4 pm.


Household Hazardous Waste Collection April 20

The Brunswick County Solid Waste Department will be at Shallotte Middle School from 9 am to 2 pm to collect household hazardous waste.  Items will be taken free of charge from Brunswick County Residents.  Must show proof of Brunswick County residency.

Some items that are accepted at the HHW collection are various paints, stains, insecticides, herbicides, household cleaners, automotive fluids, pool chemicals, batteries, fluorescent bulbs, CFL's, and aerosol cans.  For items not mentioned please contact the Brunswick County Solid Waste Department at 910-253-2524.  All items brought to the event must be labeled.  The staff onsite reserves the right to refuse any item brought to the event.

Electronics are not included in the HHW collection.  They  are recycled year round at the Brunswick County Landfill.  There is no charge for this service.

The Spring HHW event is sponsored by Brunswick County Solid Waste/Recycling department and the North Carolina Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services and NCCES.

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