Household Hazardous Waste: Can I put household hazardous waste, such as old gasoline, used batteries, oil or pesticides, in my trash for curbside pickup?
Can I put household hazardous waste, such as old gasoline, used batteries, oil or pesticides, in my trash for curbside pickup?
These types of items, known as household hazardous waste, can not be put with your trash or recycling for curbside pickup by Republic Services. You can however, take them to the Republic Services transfer station location at 560 Cape Horn Drive on specific days for disposal. Please view the calendar for the dates and times that these items can be taken to this location. Please be sure to bring a copy of your Republic Services bill and ID to show that you are a current customer.
What types of household hazardous wastes can be taken to the Republic Services transfer station located at 560 Cape Horn Drive?
You can take household hazardous wastes to the transfer station on specific dates and times as shown on the attached calendar. Wastes that can be taken by Republic Services include old paint, used batteries, flammable liquids (gasoline, solvent based cleaners, brake fluid, antifreeze, etc), drain and oven cleaners, pool chemicals, pesticides/fertilizers, computers/TVs (limit 2), adhesives and aerosol cans. There is a limit of 40 lbs or 15 gallons. Items that are unacceptable for disposal at the transfer station include explosives, pressurized gas cylinders, commercial waste, mercury, ammunition, industrial waste and any unidentified material. Call Republic Services at (702) 735-5151 if you have any questions.