Proper HHW Management Protects
Public Health and the Environment
Many common products are hazardous because they contain chemicals that are toxic, corrosive, flammable or reactive. Improper disposal (pouring down the drain, on the ground, into storm sewers, or in some cases putting them out with the trash) can harm the environment and a pose a threat to human health.
Hours of Operation
As some of you may have noticed, we have changed our hours of operation. Starting in February of 2014 our new hours are:
*hours are subject to change
*Depending on the volume of reservations, some time slots may not be available.
HHW Recycling Tips
HHW tips: when purchasing
Read the label: Products labeled, corrosive, flammable, reactive or toxic, are hazardous. The level of hazard is indicated by signal words: Caution is the lowest hazard level, followed by Warning. Danger or Poison signals the highest hazard level.Read more...
Here are some common types of HHW and estimates of how much they can weigh.* Using this calculator you can estimate what fees may apply.
|Quart of motor oil||2lbs|
|Bags of fertilizer||Up to 40lbs|
|Gallon of herbicide||8.5lbs|
|Gallon of gasoline||6lbs|
|5 Gal of driveway sealer (full)||50lbs|
|Quart can of paint||Up to 4lbs|
|Gallon can of paint||Up to 10 lbs|
|5 gallon can of paint||Up to 45lbs|
*These weights are estimates. Material will be weighed at the facility. All fees will be assessed at the time of drop-off.