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Real Estate - November 15, 2019

Waste not

Residents can pick up free, gently used paints and cleaners at the city's expanded Reuse Zone

by Heather Zimmerman

On a misty Saturday morning at the city of Palo Alto's Household Hazardous Waste Station, a small line of cars slowly snaked through the station, as residents in vehicles handed off unwanted items to workers in safety vests. The workers whisked the items away on carts into a maze of large metal bins.

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Home & Real Estate Editor Heather Zimmerman can be emailed at hzimmerman@paweekly.com.


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