A project to replace the scales at Lebanon’s Solid Waste & Recycling Facility is underway, and the first part of the work has been completed.
The city of Lebanon tweeted on Thursday that the first vehicle scale was replaced last weekend, and the second scale is set to be replaced this weekend. The Valley News reported on Aug. 29 that the project would close the facility that Saturday to allow the work on a new scale house to proceed.
#LebNH Landfill Scale Replacement Update: First scale was successfully placed into service during September 1 weekend. Second scale will be replaced this weekend. Entire project still on schedule to be completed by end of month. See: https://t.co/8gOKFYBGkW#UpperValley pic.twitter.com/9TNDkabyLD
— Lebanon, NH (@LebNH) September 5, 2018
The facility is located off of Route 12A, the Upper Valley’s main commercial drag. The project is set to wrap by month’s end.