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Pima County landfills/transfer stations will be closed Jan. 21

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Posted: Thursday, January 10, 2013 2:55 pm

Landfills and transfer stations operated by the Pima County Department of Environmental Quality Solid Waste Division will be closed Monday, January 21, 2013, for the Martin Luther King, Jr. holiday.

The closure includes landfills in Sahuarita and Ajo, the Tangerine Landfill, and the Catalina and Ryan Field Transfer Stations.

The Solid Waste Administrative Office, 5301 W. Ina Road, also will be closed on Monday.

The landfills and Administrative Office will reopen on Tuesday, January 22, 2013.

The transfer stations will be open on their normal schedule which is Thursday through Saturday.

For more information on the closures, please call the 24-hour Landfill Information Line at (520) 243-7400 or visit www.deq.pima.gov.

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