Tuesday, August 6, 2013 at 4:00 am (Updated: August 6, 4:02 am)
If you have lead-based paint in your garage that's been there for years or your neighbor has pesticides he doesn't know what to do with, you will soon.
For the first time this fall, Bullitt County residents will have a day to dispose of hazardous waste, such as lead paint and pesticides, thanks to a grant.
Solid Waste director Larry Hatfield said the grant would fund a time for this year only, most likely the first or second Saturday in October, when there would be a designated drop-off area somewhere in the county that residents can bring their waste.
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