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Agreement Extended

Convenience Center Will Continue Operation

Posted: December 13, 2012 at 5 a.m.

The Benton County Convenience Center will continue offering county residents a way to dispose of unwanted household items at no cost under an agreements approved Wednesday by the Benton County Solid Waste District.

At A Glance

What’s Accepted

The Benton County Convenience Center accepts household items including:

• Electronics such as radios, DVDs, VCRs, telephones, televisions, computers, monitors, printers and microwave ovens.

• Furniture including mattresses, couches, tables and chairs.

• Household bulky waste including large plastic toys, playground equipment and swing sets.

• Appliances including refrigerators, freezers, room air conditioners, dehumidifiers, icemakers, water heaters, ranges, washer and dryers.

• Scrap metal, including grills, bicycles, metal fencing and metal lawn furniture.

• Up to four passenger tires without rims per household per month. Fees apply to additional tires, tires on rims and larger tires.

Source: Staff Report

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