PHOTOS: Collecting the bad stuff in Shelton

Above, volunteer Bonnie Drozeck assists resident Matthew Pivovar as he drops off items at the city of Shelton’s recent annual Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day, held at the city Highways & Bridges facility on Myrtle Street. (Photos by Brad Durrell)

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Vehicles entering and leaving Shelton’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day.

Vehicles entering and leaving Shelton’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day.

Residents could drop off a variety of items at no cost for proper disposal. Pivovar brought some “real old” gas from a Jeep he is working on.

Residents Leo and Terry LeBel brought old paint, and suggested the collection should take place more than once a year.

Workers from MXI Environmental Services remove items from a Shelton resident’s vehicle.

Workers from MXI Environmental Services remove items from a Shelton resident’s vehicle.

Volunteer Bonnie Drozeck checks the back of resident Matthew Pivovar’s vehicle as he drops off old gas he put in pails at the collection.

Volunteer Bonnie Drozeck checks the back of resident Matthew Pivovar’s vehicle as he drops off old gas he put in pails at the collection.

Cars back up on Grove Street to drop off items as the start of the four-hour collection.

Cars back up on Grove Street to drop off items as the start of the four-hour collection.

 

 

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