Some Household Hazardous Wastes are collected at curbside along with recycle materials.
Empty aerosol cans: Remove and discard plastic caps.
Motor oil/antifreeze: must be in a clear one-gallon container with a screw-on top.
Do not mix oil and antifreeze together or with any other material.
Household batteries: should be placed in a clear plastic bag and on top of the cart.
Include flashlight, hearing aid and rechargeable batteries (alkaline, ni-cad and lithium). Do not set out vehicle batteries; they may be taken to a variety of Collection Sites.
For all other HHW visit: HHW - Disposal
Help a neighbor and the environment too.
Heading to the transfer station with recycling or household hazardous waste? Good job! That is a great way to help the environment; but it could even be better if you saved someone else a trip. Check with your neighbors (especially those who may be elderly or have a disability) to see if they also have some recycling or household hazardous waste that you could take. For information about recycling at the County's transfer stations visit Transfer Station Recycling.