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Imposing Restrictions at Transfer Station

Traffic continues to high at the McCourtney Road transfer station and as a result, WasteManagement is putting customer limists in place beginning Wednesday. Spokesperson Paul Rosynsky says the County had issued requests for residents to self-regulate trips to the facility, but that didn’t seem to make a difference.

Listen to Paul Rosynsky

Rosynsky sasy the 200 customer limit is for the total number of customers at the transfer station, not 200 for greenwaste and 200 for trash.
WasteMangement has put in place a number of precautions to protect both employees and customers.

Listen to Paul Rosynsky

In order to help monitor and notify customers that the 200 customer limit has been reached, WasteManagent will be placing electronic signs on McCourtney Road, but location has not been determined. They are also trying to connect a counter to the live traffic camera at the transfer station which is posted on the MyNevadaCounty.com.

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