Household Hazardous Waste

HHW DETAILS
What It Is And How We Take Care of It

Chemical products in your home are deemed Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) once they are no longer in use or have passed their expiration date. The potential for their ignitability and toxicity make them hazardous to us and those around us. HHW is not regulated by the Utah Department of Environmental Quality or the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), which is why the Washington County Solid Waste District has taken a proactive approach in seeing that the residents of Washington County have a method to properly dispose of their hazardous materials. We offer our residents Household Hazardous Waste Collection Days throughout the year for your convenience. Thanks for using this service.

HHW Days 2022

Our 2021 HHW days are over. We have not scheduled our 2022 HHW days yet, but the first one will be near the first part of April. Check back here for the most updated information.
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Types of
Materials Accepted

We accept the following: Aerosol cans, car batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, fuel, herbicides, medical waste, oil, paint, paint thinners, pesticides, propane, rechargeable batteries, and paint supplies.

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Cost to Dispose
of HHW

This service is free for Washington County residents bringing materials from their homes. However, there is a charge for tires and commercial materials. Contact us for more information on the charges.

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Reminders for HHW Collection Days

If you would like to be notified of the date of our next collection event, please enter and confirm your address. Once the date and location are determined, we will send a reminder to notify you. You will also be sent a reminder the day before the event.

Give Back to Your Community
by Recycling

The money collected from your recycling is given 100% back to the cities and towns that make up Washington County for community enhancement projects.

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