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Babylon STOP & Spring Cleanup Day 4/9/11

IW: My mother was on the original Suffolk County committee that named and instituted STOP days.

Date:     4/9/2011
Time:     7:30 AM – 2:30 PM
Location:     Residential Recycling Center, Field Street, West Babylon
Contact Info:     Residential Recycling Center  49-9346

The Town of Babylon will hold a free Spring Cleanup Day on Saturday, April 9th, rain or shine, from 7:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. at the Residential Recycling Center located on Field Street in West Babylon.

Residents are permitted unlimited free trips with an automobile and one free trip with pickups, vans or trailers (4 feet by 8 feet). These cleanup days are free of charge. Any vehicle larger than a van or pickup truck will not be permitted. No commercial waste is accepted. Proof of residency is required.

Acceptable items include furniture, white goods (such as stoves and dishwashers) and wood products such as fencing, paneling and brush. Unacceptable items include car an boat parts, or demolition debris. Wood items must be cut into 4-foot lengths.

For information on the type of items that will be accepted at the Residential Recycling Center, call 249-9346 or 249-9347.  Spring Cleanup Day is also a designated S.T.O.P. Collection Day from 9 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.

The Town of Babylon is holding a Stop Throwing Out Pollutants (S.T.O.P.) collection day along with the Spring and Fall Cleanup Days.  This program allows residents to bring household hazardous wastes to the Town of Babylon Residential Recycling Center for safe disposal.  Participation in this program is vital to insure safe drinking water and a healthier environment for the future.  Please label all material.

The following are examples of household hazardous wastes accepted by the Town:
o Acids o Aerosol cans o Antifreeze o Automotive fluids/care products o Bug and rodent killers o Cleaning products o Driveway sealer o Fluorescent bulbs o Freon canisters o Full propane cylinders o Gasoline o Granular fertilizer containing insecticide o Household batteries o Latex and oil paints and stains o Liquid chlorine o Mercury containing products o Pesticides/insecticides o Powdered chlorine o Thinners and reducers.

The following products will not be accepted at the S.T.O.P. collection days:
o Asbestos o Tires o Smoke detectors o Radioactive waste o Medical waste o Ammunition o Explosives o Construction and demolition debris o Unsorted solid waste o Non-hazardous recyclable materials o Unlabeled materials.

For further information or questions regarding acceptable or unacceptable household waste materials, please call the Town of Babylon Residential Recycling Center at (631) 249-9347.  For information on proper disposal of the unacceptable items, please contact the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation at (631) 444-0240.

** Automobile batteries, empty propane tanks, and used motor oil may be brought to the Town of Babylon Recycling Center during normal business hours.

** Latex (water-based) paints, when dried out, may be double-bagged and thrown out with your regular garbage.

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