CMU Refuse Department To Host Household Hazardous Material Drop-Off

Chillicothe’s Fall Household Hazardous Material Drop-off is Saturday.  CMU holds the Household Hazardous Materials Drop-Off for Chillicothe and Livingston County twice a year.  The fall event is Saturday, from 9:00 am to Noon at the old pellet building on Brunswick Street. This is for residential items only, not from businesses.  If you have questions, contact the CMU refuse Department at […]

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Fall Household Hazardous Material Drop-Off Scheduled

Chillicothe’s Fall Household Hazardous Material Drop-off will be September 24th.  CMU holds the Household Hazardous Materials Drop Off for Chillicothe and Livingston County twice a year.  The fall event will be on September 24th, from 9:00 am to Noon at the old pellet building on Brunswick Street. This is for residential items only, not from businesses.  Additional information will be […]

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Chillicothe / Livingston Co Hazardous Household Material Drop-off

The Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Fall Household Hazardous Materials drop-off will be October 2nd.  Troy Figg from CMU Refuse Department explained about the items they will collect. The drop-off is at the old pellet building on Brunswick Street.  Hours are 9:00 am to Noon.  This is a drive-up collection.  You drive into the building and they will unload the items. They […]

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Household Hazardous Materials Drop-Off

Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Household Hazardous Materials Drop Off is held each Spring and Fall.  The Spring event is this Saturday from 9:00 am to Noon and is available for residents of Chillicothe and Livingston County.  CMU Refuse Director Troy Figg says it is for residential items only, not from businesses. Figg says they are practicing Social Distancing. Batteries can be […]

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Chillicothe/Livingston County Household Hazardous Material Drop-Off

The semi-annual Household Hazardous Materials Drop Off for Chillicothe and Livingston County will be on March 27th, from 9:00 am to Noon.  CMU Refuse Director Troy Figg says it is for residential items only, not from businesses. Figg says they are practicing Social Distancing. Batteries can be placed in bags, fluorescent tubes can be taped together and liquid items should […]

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CMU Household Hazardous Materials Drop-Off

The Chillicothe Municipal Utilities Fall Household Hazardous Materials drop-off will be September 26th.  Troy Figg from CMU Refuse Department says this is for Chillicothe and Livingston County Residents. Figg says they will not be accepting tires for this event.  He says this is for residential Household Hazardous Materials only.  Please no businesses.   If you have questions, call 646-1683.

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CMU & Livingston County Hazardous Material Drop-Off Saturday

Chillicothe and Livingston County residents can clear their home of unwanted Household Hazardous Material on Saturday, in the spring Household Hazardous Material Drop-off.  Troy Figg from Chillicothe Municipal Utilities says the hours are Saturday from 9:00 am to Noon, at the old Pellet Building in the 200 block of Brunswick.  He says they will accept a wide variety of items. […]

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