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Hazardous Waste Recycling Dates

Next HHW Event

SPRING

SATURDAY, MAY 2, 9AM-1PM
Jersey City: Jersey City Municipal Service Complex, 13-15 Linden Avenue East
Kearny: DPW, 357 Bergen Avenue

SUNDAY, MAY 17 9AM-1PM
Bayonne: Norton Paints, 148 East 5th Street
North Bergen:MUA 6200 Tonnelle Avenue

FALL

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 4, 9AM-1PM
Bayonne: Norton Paints, 148 East 5th Street
Secaucus: Secaucus High School Parking Lot, 11 Millridge Road

SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17 9AM-1PM
Jersey City: Jersey City Municipal Service Complex, 13-15 Linden Avenue East
Kearny: DPW, 357 Bergen Avenue

 

Add to materials accepted: Automobile & Marine Flares
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs)

-Latex Paint will no longer be accepted at the HHW events.

Latex Paints no longer contain hazardous Materials or ingredients.

-Alkaline Batteries now fall below federal and state hazardous waste standards.

Alkaline Batteries will no longer be accepted at the HHW events.

-We now have permission to accept your thermostats from your home heating systems.

Please bring all thermostats to our HHW events.

For more Information about disposing of latex paint, fluorescent bulbs, batteries,

what to bring and do not bring see the flyer.

Career Development

HCSOT

Fire Hydrants to get Flushed

A message from the Harrison Water Department:

 

Harrison Water Dept. will flush hydrants throughout Harrison beginning the week of May 4th 2015. Crews will work Monday through Friday between 9p.m and 1a.m. to minimize customer inconvenience. The flushing program is expected to last for about 3 weeks.

 

Flushing removes harmless minerals that collect in the water mains. The project is part of the Town routine maintenance program to assure high water quality. Flushing hydrants help to maintain the integrity of the distribution system by keeping the water lines clean. It is also necessary for fire protection because flushing ensures that the hydrants are working properly.

 

During the flushing process, customers may experience low water pressure or discolored water. While the water is safe to drink, customers may prefer to wait until it runs clear before drinking or washing clothes or dishes.

 

Residents with questions or problems can call the Harrison Water Department at 973-268-2431.

 

 

 

Repaving Warren Street

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Resurfacing of Warren Street 2015

JOB RECRUITMENT EVENT – April 16th

ZT Systems Recruitment 4-16-15

PSE&G Announcement

Release – Call before you dig 4.1.15

2015 Harrison Water Department Consumer Confidence Report

To view the 2015 Consumer Confidence Report from the Harrison Water Department, please click on the link below:

2015 Final CCR for publication

Poetry is in the Jeans

 

 

http://www.nj.com/hudson/index.ssf/2015/03/harrison_students_keep_poem_in_their_pockets.html

Earth Day Info – April 25th, 2015

 

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There is a lot of information regarding Earth Day in the PDF files below, please click the links to find out more!

 

Earth Day – DEP

Hudson County Women’s History Month, Earth Day 2015

Shred Your Identity!

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