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Posted on: July 31, 2013

DROP OFF: Residents can drop off chemicals at Dallas truck

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DALLAS ~ Farmers Branch residents will soon be able to participate in a city of Dallas mobile truck drop off program that will dispose of batteries, oils, such as motor oil and oil filters, latex paint and antifreeze, known collectively as BOPA (Batteries, Oils, Paints, Antifreeze).

The program begins August 24 and will include drop off at Southwest Center Mall, 3662 West Camp Wisdom Road in Dallas, from 9 a.m. until 1 p.m., on the fourth Saturday of each month. Proof of residency may be required and the truck may be available only until filled.

As a participating city in the Dallas County Household Hazardous Waste Program, Farmers Branch residents will be able to recycle these items free of charge wherever the Dallas BOPA truck stages drop off events. The truck will also give away household cleaning products which have been donated for reuse, while supplies last.

Residents may also take household hazardous waste items to the Dallas County Home Chemical Collection Center at 11234 Plano Road in Dallas.

For more information, other drop off locations and collection schedules, visit or call 214.670.4475.

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