Event will be held on Saturday, September 26th at the Branch County Fairgrounds
COLDWATER, MI (WTVB) – The City of Coldwater has announced the list of communities that will be participating in this year’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on September 26.
Besides residents in the City of Coldwater, those will live in Bronson and Quincy can take part along with those who live in Algansee, Bethel, Bronson, Coldwater, Ovid, Quincy, Union and Kinderhook Townships.
Address will be checked at the event, so don’t forget your driver’s license.
The Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day will take place at the Branch County Fairgrounds from 9:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m. on September 26.
Officials say this is the perfect time to dispose of the assorted hazardous waste you may have in your home free of charge. Latax paint will not be accepted this year but there are instructions on how to dispose of it properly as well as lists of what’s acceptable and unacceptable at www.coldwater.org.
Jim Measel is a Detroit native and a proud 1975 Redford Thurston High School graduate. He first came to WTVB in 1991 and has nearly 40 years of broadcasting experience in news and sports. Besides covering local high school sports, Jim has also covered Western Michigan University basketball and hockey as well as Hillsdale College football games. Some professional stops include working at radio stations in Indiana, Charlotte and Lansing as well as the Michigan Radio Network. He has also earned Associated Press awards for news coverage and sports play-by-play. Jim’s favorite career highlights include interviewing such figures as Gordie Howe, Sparky Anderson, Tom Izzo, Bo Schembechler, Isiah Thomas, Vice-President Mike Pence, Lee Greenwood and Regis Philbin. When he is not working, Jim enjoys watching the Chicago Cubs and can rest in peace as they won the World Series. He also hopes the Lions will be able to get a chance to win a superbowl.