Waste roundup

Hazardous waste roundup staged by TNRD in Clearwater on May 12 gets good response from the public - and lots of TV sets

Bill Matichuk (l) takes an old stereo component from local resident Craig Wilm

Bill Matichuk (l) takes an old stereo component from local resident Craig Wilm

Attendant Bill Matichuk (l) of Battery Doctors in Kelowna takes an old stereo component from local resident Craig Wilm during a hazardous waste round-up held Saturday, May 12, at the Sportsplex. People in about 80 vehicles lined up for the TNRD-sponsored event. Much of the waste brought in was electronic – especially old TVs. Other items included used oil, antifreeze, paint, pesticides, batteries and even a vial of mercury.