If one of your new years resolutions is to clean-up your basement, attic, garage, or yard, but you've been putting it off because you don't know how to get rid of some stuff, Atlantic County might be able to help.

If you are looking to properly dispose of household hazardous waste, you'll be able to do so at the ACUA Haneman Fritz Environmental Park on Delilah Road in Egg Harbor Township on Saturday, January 9th, from 8AM to 1PM.

To drop stuff off, you'll need proof of residency (i.e. a tax bill, drivers license, etc.), everything needs to be in a disposable or recyclable container (you won't get it back), individual containers cannot exceed 5 gallons, and the maximum amount of waste accepted is 20 gallons.

This is a great way to properly get rid of things like old (small) propane cylinders, car batteries, fertilizer, motor oil, old fluorescent light bulbs, paint, pool chemicals, and pesticides. The county will NOT accept things like cooking oil, explosives, asbestos, and ammunition.

For full details, check out ACUA's website.