TINGHA FIRE RECOVERY TO BE AIDED BY CHEMICAL DROP OFF SERVICE

Residents affected by February’s disaster bushfires in Tingha will soon be able to access a chemical drop-off service.

Armidale Mayor Simon Murray says hazardous chemicals and containers, including those without labels, can be delivered to the town’s station during the drop-off day on May 1.

The service aims to provide a safe and convenient disposal process for damaged property and debris.

For more information, visit the New South Wales Disaster Recovery Facebook page.

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