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The City of Minot will hold its annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program on May 11-12 at the Public Works building.
The program is only for Minot residents receiving sanitation services. Between the hours of 8 a.m. and 5 p.m. both days, all household hazardous waste not normally collected by Minot sanitation crews may be brought to the Public Works building free of charge.
John Reynolds, City of Minot Sanitation Superintendent, said there will be signs set up to direct drivers to the proper entrance into the Public Works building, located at 1025 31st St SE. The Minot Police Department is holding a public auction at the same time at the Public Works building, so residents looking for the HHW collection program should pay close attention to signage.
Household hazardous waste items accepted include paint, stains, varnishes, solvents, oil, pesticides, herbicides, car care products, fire extinguishers, propane bottles, light bulbs, and household cleaning products. E-waste (televisions, computers, etc.) will also be accepted free of charge during the two-day collection program.
The City collected 46,622 pounds of household hazardous waste during the two-day program in 2017, and an additional 19,631 pounds of e-waste.