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McCourtney Transfer Station Now Open 7 Days a Week


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By: Department of Transportation and Sanitation

To better serve Nevada County residents and businesses, the McCourtney Road Transfer Station at 14741 Wolf Mountain Road, Grass Valley, will be open seven days per week from 8:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. The County of Nevada, Department of Transportation and Sanitation is pleased to report that we are able to provide this increased level of service without raising the disposal fee.

You can avoid going to the transfer station by signing up for curbside service from Waste Management, Inc. Call 274-3090 to sign up. Please help the County of Nevada by reducing, reusing and recycling as many materials as possible.

Visit NevadaCountyRecycles.com for more ideas to reduce your garbage. You can also call the Recycling Hotline at 265-1768 for more information.

 

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