CABIN CREEK, W.Va. (WSAZ) -- The Kanawha County Commission will host its last of three fall clean-ups Saturday.
The clean-up will be held behind Go-Mart in Cabin Creek from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
All items will be accepted with the exception of gas and propropane tanks, paint, chemicals, motor oil and other hazardous materials, such as meth making materials.
This will be the county’s final clean-up until the spring.
The commission held two previous clean-ups this fall. One was in Sissonville, another in Institute.
During those clean-ups, commissioner say they collected 234 tons of trash, 14 tons of scrap metal, 3,780 tires, 29 tons of e-cycle and serving 1265 visitors.
“This is a great opportunity for citizens to dispose of hard to get rid of items such as tires and tube TVs for free, it’s important to dispose of these items properly so they don’t end up over hillsides or in our streams”, commented Commission President Kent Carper.
For more information, call the Kanawha County Planning & Community Development office at (304) 357-0570.