Special Collection Alternatives

Household Hazardous Waste

HHW Business Listing

There are businesses accepting batteries, automotive fluids, paint products and other household hazardous waste materials. Click: HHW Business Listing for more info


Alkaline Batteries
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.

Lead Acid Batteries
Residents can properly dispose of lead acid batteries at their convenience without having to wait for a specific time. Click on: Lead Acid Battery Recycling to view businesses accepting this type of battery in our local area.

Other Batteries (button batteries, nickel cadmium, lithium ion)
The District is interested in capturing and properly disposing of the batteries made of heavy metals and other hazardous chemicals. Button batteries, nickel cadmium, lithium ion, and all other rechargeable batteries lead acid batteries can be dropped off at your nearest Lowe’s Department store.

Rechargeable Batteries
There are businesses participating in the Call2Recycle battery recycling program. View their drop-off locator for options in our local area. in addition, view the District’s listing of businesses accepting rechargeable batteries in our local area.

Mailback Programs
There will be a cost to recycle batteries through these programs. Click the options for program details.

Waste Management Mailback Recycling Service

Used Motor Oil

There are many automotive businesses accepting used motor oil. View the used motor oil listing of businesses to find the closest location available to you.


Latex Paint
Because latex paint is water-based, it can be properly disposed of from home. View the Latex Paint Disposal brochure for tips.

TV & Electronics


For updates regarding Best Buy’s television & electronic recycling program: click here.

Electronics Recycling Options

Appliances/Scrap Metals

Click on: Scrap Metals for a complete listing of businesses.