Pre-Registration is Required.  Space is Limited.

To participate, residents must pre-register for the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) collection dates, including those scheduled in September.  Participation for each collection date is limited, but enough collections will be held to meet the needs of all residents.  It is highly recommended that you register for the earliest available date that fits your schedule.

 

Registration link is available at the bottom of this page.

Materials Accepted

  • Latex & oil based paint, sealers, primers, coatings & spray aerosols
  • Spray aerosol cans – that are not empty
  • Fluorescent / compact fluorescent bulbs
  • Hand held propane cylinders
  • Adhesives, roof tar, driveway sealers
  • Inhalers (asthma only) and used cooking oil
  • Marine and auto flares

Automotive Fluids

  • Antifreeze
  • Motor oil
  • Gasoline / Kerosene

Household Batteries – IMPORTANT NOTE: No Longer Accepting Alkaline Batteries.

  • HOUSEHOLD BATTERIES CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED AT THIS COLLECTION
  • IMPORTANT NOTE: NO LONGER ACCEPTING ALKALINE BATTERIES.
    • For recycling options, click on: Alkaline Battery Recycling.
    • Alkaline batteries are made of metal and salts and are not cost effective to recycle.
    • They are safe to dispose of in your regular trash in small quantities.
  • Button batteries – tape battery to small piece of paper before recycling.
  • Ni-cad & Lithium Ion.
    • Tape terminals (the ends of the battery) using electrical, clear packing or duct tape.
  • Lead acid batteries, wet cell or sealed/dry cell.
  • All Re-chargeable Batteries (e.g. – AA / AAA batteries, power tool batteries, etc.).
    • Tape terminals (the ends of the battery) using electrical, clear packing or duct tape.

Household Cleaners

  • Oven cleaner
  • Drain cleaner
  • Muriatic acid

Household Killers – Solids, Liqiuds, Aerosols

  • Pesticides (bug / rodent killers)
  • Herbicides (weed killers)
  • Insecticides (bug killers)
  • Fungicides (mold killers)

Mercury – Liquids, Thermostats & Thermometers

  • Exchange your old mercury fever thermometers for a new digital thermometer.

Paint Related Materials

  • Varnish, polyurethane, shellacs
  • Wood stains, primers
  • Strippers, paint thinner, turpentine, kerosene / lighter fluid.

Additional Information

  • Fluids will not be accepted in containers larger than 5 gallons
  • ABSOLUTELY NO CONSTRUCTION MATERIALS (shingles) or ASBESTOS MATERIALS
  • Any household hazardous waste container or paint can that is completely dry can be disposed of in your trash if the lid is off.
  • Proper container disposal – some residents unnecessarily drop off used, but empty containers.  These items generate more waste during the collection.  Here are a couple of tips for disposing of these materials:
    •  Latex paint – if paint is completely dry and hardened in the can, it is safe to throw away in your regular trash.
    •  Other HHW containers – if container is completely dry and empty, it is safe to throw away in your regular trash
  • For more information, contact us.

IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT THE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION

• NO CHARGE: There is no charge to recycle materials during this collection.

• Limit: Fluids will not be accepted in containers larger than 5 gallons.


ATTENTION: Single-use alkaline batteries are made of common metals and are not cost effective to recycle.  A small number of alkaline batteries can safely be disposed of in the trash.  This type of
                           battery will not be accepted during the HHW Collections, however, recycling options are available.  Click on: Battery Recycling Alternatives for more details.

                      
  PROPER HANDLING:                                                       PROPER HANDLING:                                                                                                                                    PROPER HANDLING:
  • a small number of alkaline batteries can             • tape battery terminals (the ends of the battery)                                                                                      • when transporting, keep upright in a
     safely be disposed of in the trash                           • use electrical, clear packing or duct tape                                                                                                     leak proof container
                                                                                                • button batteries – tape battery to small piece of paper before recycling