Tri-Community B.O.P.A. event to be held Nov. 21

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  Supervisor Pete Rios and Pinal County Public Works proudly present a FREE B.O.P.A event.

  Batteries, Oil, Paint, Anti-freeze and more can be dropped off on Saturday, Nov. 21, from 7 a.m. to 2 p.m. The event will be located at the Old San Manuel Transfer Station, 31256 S. Erikson Ave. in San Manuel. 

Accepted items include batteries, paint, motor oil, anti-freeze, tires, appliances, digital devices and water heaters. 

  Items that will NOT be accepted include gas, bio-hazards, herbicides, pesticides, debris from home improvement projects, furniture, pool acid, commercial wastes, contractor, business waste/debris, household trash and green waste. 

  This event is open to all residents of Oracle, Mammoth and San Manuel.

Due to COVID-19 Pinal County public works kindly ask all residents to remain in your vehicles. Staff will unload all waste and debris. 

For any questions please call 520-705-8824.

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