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Recycle your lead acid batteries at any time throughout the year. Residents can properly dispose of automotive, commercial, farm and marine lead acid batteries at their convenience with participating businesses in our local area.

Check out the Lead Acid Battery business listing found on our website at
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Looking for a way to properly dispose of your household batteries? Battery mail-back programs are a viable option to reduce the volume of batteries you may have around your home. Take a look at a few options listed on the District’s website for more details.
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Motor oil is a common material many residents have in their garage that needs to be disposed of properly. Since Household Hazardous Waste Collections are held infrequently,
take a look at alternative options to properly dispose of this type of material and other automotive fluids.

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Do you have an old appliance like a refrigerator, stove or washing machine that no longer works? Take your old appliance (primarily made of metal) and any other scrap metals around your home to a scrap metal dealer. It is recommended to contact the scrap dealer first before taking appliances containing freon.

To find the closest scrap metal location to you, click on:
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Rechargeable batteries contain heavy metals and hazardous chemicals like nickel cadmium and lithium ion. It’s important to properly dispose of these types of batteries. Dispose of your rechargeable batteries today at the following business locations in and surrounding our three-county district. Go to: for more information. ... See MoreSee Less