Auburn incurs costs to dispose of waste oil
Signs at the entrance to the old Auburn landfill clearly prohibit oil drop off, with the exception of three hours a month, and also direct residents to the regional transfer station on Grey Point Avenue. (RYAN O’CONNOR/Union Leader Correspondent)
Town Administrator Bill Herman said some residents have grown lax with the arrangement over the last decade, and that’s become a problem for the town.
“It didn’t happen in a short period of time,” said Herman. “It took years for this to build up.”
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