Step 1: Fill Out HHW Survey Below

Collection Requirements

  • Online registration will be required to participate (a link to registration is at the end of the survey)
  • Select a 30-minute drop off window
  • A user fee of $15 will be charged during online registration to offset collection costs
  • Please social distance from volunteers
  • You do not need to leave your car

How Much Waste Can I Bring?


Due to high demand, we must limit the amount of waste for each household. A general guideline of 10 gallons of liquid waste or up to 20 pounds of non-liquid materials may be disposed of by each household. In general, your waste should fit in two 5 gallon buckets or a 2 foot by 3-foot box.

Items that are Not Allowed

The following wastes cannot be accepted:

  • Latex paint -This is not hazardous! Dry it out and throw it in regular household trash.
  • Alkaline batteries (not hazardous)
  • Electronics
  • Gas cylinders
  • Explosive materials
  • Ammunition
  • Radioactive materials
  • Infectious and biological wastes
  • Prescription medicines/syringes
  • Esters
  • Unknown materials

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* What community do you live in?

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* How many households are you dropping off items for?

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* What Hazardous Waste Materials will you be dropping off?

Reminder - latex paint is not hazardous!
Dry it out - adding kitty litter can speed this up - and throw It out with regular household trash.

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How did you hear about Household Hazardous Waste Collection day?

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