Participants in the event included Eaton Township, Reed’s Salvage Corp. and the Ross Group of companies which includes Ross Environmental Services, Inc., Ross Incineration Services, Inc. and Ross Transportation Services, Inc.
Household hazardous materials were collected by the Ross companies free of charge to township residents and associates of the Ross Group of companies. Materials available for collection included paint, motor oil, household chemicals, discarded cleaning products and more. These household items are reflective of the types of materials that the Ross companies safely manage for customers on a daily basis.
Over the last 28 collections, the Ross companies have collected and disposed of 128,770 gallons of household hazardous waste in an environmentally sound manner.
“We feel truly honored to have this opportunity to meet with residents face-to-face to help them dispose of their hazardous waste items through Dumpster Days,” said Justis Clifford, Senior Communications Specialist for Ross Environmental Services, Inc. “This is a service the Ross companies are proud to provide the community, but at the same time, we believe we are getting back just as much. We look forward to participating in Dumpster Days for many years to come.”