Volunteer Mike Reed moves old paint cans from a vehicle to a hazardous-waste disposal bin during Saturday's Household Hazardous Materials Roundup and Medicine Cabient Clean-Out. The event, sponsored by Beaufort County and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, was held at the county's public works facility on Shanklin Road in Beaufort.
Volunteer Mike Reed moves old paint cans from a vehicle to a hazardous-waste disposal bin during Saturday's Household Hazardous Materials Roundup and Medicine Cabient Clean-Out. The event, sponsored by Beaufort County and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, was held at the county's public works facility on Shanklin Road in Beaufort. Staff photo
Volunteer Mike Reed moves old paint cans from a vehicle to a hazardous-waste disposal bin during Saturday's Household Hazardous Materials Roundup and Medicine Cabient Clean-Out. The event, sponsored by Beaufort County and the Beaufort County Sheriff's Office, was held at the county's public works facility on Shanklin Road in Beaufort. Staff photo

PHOTO: Residents 'clean up' during Saturday hazardous waste event

May 03, 2014 06:52 PM

UPDATED May 03, 2014 07:01 PM

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