Household Hazardous Waste Days

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What Hazardous Products Can I Bring?

General Household Materials
  • Acids (corrosives) 
  • Aerosol cans
  • Art supplies 
  • Batteries – NiCad, button, zinc and lithium batteries 
  • Chemistry set chemicals 
  • Fiberglass resins 
  • Furniture, floor, metal polishes and strippers 
  • Hobby supplies (rubber cement, airplane glue etc.) 
  • Mercury containing devices
    • switches, thermostats, fluorescent lamps, compact fluorescent bulbs, broken fluorescent bulbs, thermometers, blood pressure equipment
  • Moth balls/crystals 
  • Oil paint and paint thinners, varnish, stain and shellac
    • no Latex Paint is allowed!
    Paint Strippers 
  • Photography chemicals 
  • Rug and upholstery cleaners 
  • Solvent adhesives 
  • Turpentine and other paint solvents 
  • Wood preservatives

Bathroom
  • Hair dye 
  • Nail polish remover 
  • Toilet cleaners

Laundry

  • Brighteners 
  • Chlorine bleach 
  • Spot removers 
  • Spray starch 
  • Whiteners

Kitchen

  • Drain cleaners 
  • Lighter fluids 
  • Oven cleaners
Lawn & Garden
  • Cesspool cleaners (corrosives) 
  • Flammable liquids/Gasoline 
  • Flea and tick powders 
  • Fire starters 
  • Fungicides 
  • Herbicides 
  • Insecticides 
  • No-pest strips 
  • Pesticides 
  • Poisons 
  • Pool chemicals 
  • Propane tanks, empty or partially empty, up to 20 lbs*

Automotive
  • Antifreeze 
  • Batteries
    • autos, motorcycles, etc.* 
  • Brake fluid 
  • Carburetor cleaner 
  • Oil – used 
  • Radiator flush 
  • Solvents and degreasers 
  • Tire cleaners 
  • Transmission fluid 
  • Waste fuels
    • gasoline, kerosene, etc.

*Additional Cost

Do Not Bring:

  • Ammunition, Fireworks, Explosives
  • Asbestos
  • Commercial hazardous waste
  • Construction waste/building materials
  • CRTs, CPUs, computer monitors, television sets etc.
  • Empty aerosol cans
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Gas cylinders (other than propane)
  • Infectious or biological wastes
  • Latex Paint – dry out latex paint and put out with your regular trash curbside
  • Medicines or syringes
  • PCBs
  • Radioactive materials
  • Smoke Detectors
  • Tires

Transportation Tips

  • Tighten caps and lids
  • Leave materials in original containers
  • Pad boxes with newspaper to minimize spills
  • Never mix chemicals
  • Drive directly to the Household Hazardous Waste Day event
  • Do not smoke

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