Saturday's the day to get rid of those old paint cans, poisons and household chemicals! Safe disposal is important because chemicals that have been stored for extended periods pose a health threat if spilled, especially to children and pets. It’s also important to keep chemicals out of garbage trucks in neighborhoods because chemicals have the potential of catching fire in a truck, or even worse,
Since Shannon has been away, I have been going to 'my' corners of the house and trying to get rid of some of the stuff that I have collected over the years. (I am NOT a hoarder, I am 'nostalgic'!!) Clothes that I don't wear anymore were sent to Goodwill; cell phones and chargers were donated to charity, etc.
The NDP Group reports sales of pantyhose topped a billion dollars in the past year. What to do with your old ones? Recycle! No Nonsense is encouraging their customers to send in worn out pantyhose, stockings & knee-highs, any size, any color to them for recycling.
If you live in the city of Lafayette or in unincorporated areas of Lafayette Parish, city-parish government would like you to attend their household chemical drop-off day Saturday, April 16, from 8 a.m. until noon at the Cajun Field parking lot...