Environmental Fair and Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Day

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Join N.C. Cooperative Extension, Currituck Center and the Currituck County Public Works Department on Saturday, April 2 from 10-2 for an event filled with fun, educational activities, and resources to maintain a healthy environment. This event will be held, rain or shine, at the Currituck Judicial Center at 2801 Caratoke Hwy in Currituck. 

Come out and enjoy some refreshments for sale at one of the food trucks that will be on site. Bring any household hazardous waste such as pool chemicals, fertilizers, pesticides or household batteries for safe disposal. You can also take advantage of free document shredding for county residents from 10-1. Additionally, Cooperative Extension staff will have a number of interactive booths on site for you to learn about and participate in environmentally friendly activities. Booths will include rain barrels, kitchen scrap gardening, native plants, seed bombs, vermicomposting and more. The public works department will be holding a free raffle for a chance to win a backyard composter.

Residents of Corolla can bring household hazardous waste to the Southern OBX Water Plant between 10-12 and receive informational packets on a variety of environmental topics provided by Cooperative Extension. For more information on what types of household hazardous waste are accepted and more, view the video from Currituck Agriculture Agent, Adam Formella at https://go.ncsu.edu/householdhazardous

A food truck will be on site at the Corolla location as well. For more information contact Cooperative Extension at 252-232-2261 or the Public Works Department at 252-232-2504. For accommodations for persons with disabilities please contact Cameron Lowe (cameron_lowe@ncsu.edu) or call the Currituck Extension Center at 252-232-2261 no later than ten business days before the event.