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Safe Steps for a Successful Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Experience

If you have a variety of unwanted toxic items at home, the safest way to dispose of them is at a County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) event. 172 more words

Household Hazardous Waste

Zoya's Annual Earth Day Exchange 2017

Just a reminder to everyone that Zoya’s annual Earth Day Exchange is running from April 10–May 10 this year. Earth Day takes place on April 22, 2017. 447 more words


Neighborhood Cleanup Information - 2017

** UPDATE **

Salt Lake City’s Sustainability Department and the Mayor’s Office launched an online survey Monday, August 7, to solicit resident feedback on how this solid waste collection service can be modified and improved in the coming years. 466 more words

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Household Hazardous Waste Collection dates 2017

Spring cleaning? The first household hazardous waste collection for 2017 takes place on Saturday March 11th in Moonachie. The Bergen County Utilities Authority (BCUA) will conduct eight household hazardous waste collection events in 2017 throughout the county. 363 more words

Is Your Used Oil Just Oil?

Used motor oil is one of the most common items brought to our Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility. About 22,000 gallons of used oil is brought in for recycling each year by our residential customers. 200 more words

Household Hazardous Waste

Reduce Hazardous Waste in Your Life

Each time you make an appointment to drop-off household hazardous waste through San Mateo County’s program you are protecting the environment. However, we all recognize it can be a burden to sort and shuffle all that waste into your car, make an appointment, and then drive to get rid of it! 459 more words

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Shining a Light on Hidden Toxins

Fluorescent lights contain mercury, one of the most toxic substances on earth.
Old ballasts (the electrical component of fluorescent light fixtures) can contain polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), highly toxic synthetic chemicals (banned in 1978). 282 more words

Household Hazardous Waste