Transfer station ready for refuse

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OPEN FOR BUSINESS–The KBIC waste transfer station is fully open and accepting a large array of items. Station Manager Dan Connor, seated in the Catepillar, said doors opened in September and there is plenty of room for individuals–both Native and non-Native to take advantage of competitive prices. The facility even offers weekly pickup in some locations while billing monthly

The Keweenaw Bay Indian Community’s (KBIC) waste transfer station is fully operational and looking for customers. Station manager Dan Connor said the new facility opened its doors in September and accepts not only household waste (33-gallon bags), but is also capable of helping customers dispose of mattresses, couches, chairs and white goods such as washers, dryers, ovens and refrigerators.

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