Many of the products under your sink and in the garage are toxic and should not be released into the environment. Businesses can also generate hazardous waste in their industrial operations, cleaning, or supply chain.
Download our Hazardous Waste flyer with a map of where you can take different items.
E-waste - anything that has an electrical cord or runs on batteries - cannot be put in trash or recycling containers since they contain hazardous materials.
Medical waste of all kinds requires special handling to avoid injury, contamination and pollution.
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) includes but is not limited to paints, drain cleaners, motor oil, solvents, pesticides, pool supplies, fluorescent light bulbs, and floor polish.
Grease and oil from cooking cannot be put down the drain, but there are many services that will collect them .