Check below for the list of acceptable items at our facility.

 Check here for disposal options without the use of our program.

Check here for resources on how to dispose of items we do not accept. 


Acceptable items for our program include:

  • Latex paint/water based paint in liquid form (No dried up paint cans please! We want it to be liquid in order to turn it in to new paint. Residents will pay the full cost of this disposal - 50 cents per pound. Latex paint and acrylic paint is water based, thus is not considered hazardous. This is why residents have to pay full costs for its disposal. You can find directions on drying out paint and throwing it away in your trash here)

Acceptable items of hazardous material (these items below would fall under the first 50 pounds being free, $1.70 per pound after that)

  • Acids and bases
  • Aerosol cans (empty or full)
  • Antifreeze
  • Automotive freon
  • Batteries (ex: AA, AAA, rechargeable)
  • Bottles of household cleaners
  • Brake and transmission fluid
  • Driveway sealant
  • Fertilizer
  • Fire extinguishers (full or empty)
  • Fluorescent lightbulb tubes (limit to 20 or less)
  • Gas cylinders (This is limited to carbon dioxide and butane cylinders, empty or full)
  • Gasoline and other fuels
  • Herbicides
  • Isopropyl alcohol
  • Mercury and Mercury containing devices (such as thermometers, thermostats, and mercuric salts)
  • Motor oil and filters
  • Nail polish/nail polish remover
  • Oxygen tanks (20 pounds or smaller, empty or full)
  • Paints (oil-based, craft and hobby paints)
  • Pesticides
  • Photograph development chemicals (ex. ether)
  • Poisons
  • Pool chemicals and other acids and bases
  • Propane tanks (20 pounds or smaller, empty or full)
  • Rechargeable batteries (ex: lead acid batteries, lithium batteries, car/boat batteries)
  • Solvents and strippers
  • Stains
  • Vape pens and cartridges
  • Varnishes
  • Vegetable/cooking oil
  • Wood preservatives