Paint is the largest component of the hazardous waste stream in Beaufort County, according to county recycling coordinator Carol Murphy. The county collects thousands of gallons of paint -- enough paint to fill up a tractor trailer truck every other month. That paint is taken to county's hazardous waste contractor's plant in Valdosta, Ga., to be turned into boiler fuel, she added.
Paint is the largest component of the hazardous waste stream in Beaufort County, according to county recycling coordinator Carol Murphy. The county collects thousands of gallons of paint -- enough paint to fill up a tractor trailer truck every other month. That paint is taken to county's hazardous waste contractor's plant in Valdosta, Ga., to be turned into boiler fuel, she added. Submitted photo
Paint is the largest component of the hazardous waste stream in Beaufort County, according to county recycling coordinator Carol Murphy. The county collects thousands of gallons of paint -- enough paint to fill up a tractor trailer truck every other month. That paint is taken to county's hazardous waste contractor's plant in Valdosta, Ga., to be turned into boiler fuel, she added. Submitted photo

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February 27, 2014 12:07 PM

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