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|Other titles||Comprehensive solid wastes planning studies, project no. CSWP-3, Suffolk County, N.Y.|
|Statement||[Prepared by John J. Baffa and Nicholas Bartilucci of John J. Baffa Consulting Engineers.|
|Contributions||Baffa, John J., Bartilucci, Nicholas.|
|LC Classifications||TD525.S84 J6|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||70627552|
Suffolk County, New York has a vibrant history, illustrated in our important Native American and Revolutionary-era historical sites as well as the lab where DNA was discovered. Skip to search box Skip to main content. Click the links below for information from Suffolk County on the current pandemic. Recycling Centres (rubbish tips), trade waste, disposal of soil, rubble and plasterboard, charity tipping and hazardous waste. Phased re-opening of Recycling Centres You must book a time slot online to visit a Suffolk Recycling Centre following closure due to coronavirus (COVID). Municipalities listed have established a permanent Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection and storage facility which can receive HHW from residents on a regular and frequent basis. If your municipality or county does not have a permanent HHW collection and storage facility, check with them to see if they hold one-day or two-day HHW collection events. The Columbia County Solid Waste Division provides integrated solid waste management services to the residents and businesses of Columbia County by promoting waste reduction through reuse and recycling, while providing environmentally sound waste management at the most economical cost.
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