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B-and-C New Dropoff Point for Fluorescent Bulbs

If you’re wondering what to do with those burned out fluorescent light bulbs, there’s now a new option. Nevada County Public Works Director Steve Castleberry says you can’t simply just toss them in the garbage…

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It’s also illegal to just throw them out. It’s also very inconvenient to haul them to the McCourtney Road Transfer Station, so now Castleberry says beginning today (Monday), you can take them to B-and-C True Value Hardware in Grass Valley…

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Castleberry says they will be accepting the fluorescent tubes as well as the C-F-L bulbs. Due to state regulations, the B-and-C dropoff is limited to residential customers only. Businesses will still have to use the McCourtney Road Transfer Station.

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