Waste Commission facilities closed Nov. 22 for Thanksgiving


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Posted Online: Nov. 21, 2012, 12:26 pm
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Press release submitted by Waste Commission


WASTE COMMISSION FACILITIES CLOSED THURSDAY, NOV. 22, FOR THANKSGIVING
Regular hours to resume at all facilities on Friday, Nov. 23

DAVENPORT, IA—Waste Commission of Scott County facilities will be closed on Thursday, Nov. 22, 2012, for Thanksgiving. Facilities closed include:

· Scott Area Recycling Center, 5640 Carey Ave., Davenport

· Scott Area Landfill, 11555 110th Ave., Davenport

· Electronic Demanufacturing Facility, 1048 East 59th St., Davenport

Regular hours will resume at all facilities on Friday, Nov. 23, 2012. However, no appointments for household hazardous material drop-off will be available on Saturday, Nov. 24.

Waste Commission of Scott County is an inter-governmental agency whose mission is to provide environmentally sound and economically feasible solid waste management for Scott County. For more information about the Commission, please call (563) 386-9575 or visit www.wastecom.com.



















 



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