Lots of reformed pack-rats around College Station let go of their old junk Saturday.
Folks with the Brazos Valley Solid Waste Management Agency were more than happy to take things like old paint and motor oil off their hands.
Saturday was the agency's collection day for household hazardous waste.
BVSMA took everything not considered safe for a landfill.
Some people in line couldn't wait to get rid of their old computer equipment.
"Its been covering a desk and made a whole office unusable. We're getting a room back," said Brian Stagner.
Everything donated to the hazardous waste collection will be disposed of in an environmentally-friendly way.
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