This collection is NOT OPEN TO BUSINESSES or INSTITUTIONS. Important Note: Please DO NOT drop off materials at collection site before or after collection date.
2019 Fall Collection
Saturday, September 7, 2019
9AM until 12PM
Ottawa County Fairgrounds
W. State Route 163, Oak Harbor.
Sandusky County Fairgrounds
N. parking lot at 712 North Street, Fremont.
Seneca County Fairgrounds
South lot, County Road 594, Tiffin.
- 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
- Motor oil
- Gasoline / Kerosene
- HOUSEHOLD BATTERIES CAN ONLY BE ACCEPTED AT THIS COLLECTION
- Alkaline (e.g. – AA batteries, AAA batteries, D batteries, etc.)
- Ni-cad & Lithium Ion
- Lead acid batteries, wet cell or sealed/dry cell
- 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.
- 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.