PUBLIC NOTICE ECO-DEPOT ATTENTION TOWN OF BRISTOL RESIDENTS

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BRISTOL RESIDENTS WILL BE ALLOWED TO DROP OFF THEIR HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AND COMPUTERS

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 20, 2012 – 8AM TO 1PM PUBLIC WORKS DEPARTMENT, 111 MT. HOPE AVENUE

ATTENTION: IF YOUR PRODUCT’S LABEL HAS WORDS LIKE “CAUTION”, “DANGER” OR “WARNING”, YOU MUST CALL PRIOR TO YOUR DROP OFF FOR AN APPOINTMENT AT 942-1430 EXT. 241

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