Hazardous Waste & E-Waste

Your Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and E-Waste can be safely collected from each home by making a call to a special toll free number: 1-800-464-2120 or by e-mail at: shaler@republicservices.com.  Please specify what type of service you are requesting when sending by e-mail.  It may take up to two months to be placed on the schedule for E-waste and HHW pick-up.

Residents who call will be asked to describe the items they wish collected E-waste or HHW.. Instructions will be sent approximately one week before your scheduled pick up on how to package the Household Hazardous Waste.  Residents will be told the correct location for placement of E-Waste for pick-up when they schedule. The HHW kit includes a 42-gallon clear plastic bag and detailed instructions on how to package the items to be collected safety and securely.

You will also be given a collection date. Such items must be kept in a secure location, NOT at the curb, until collected. The only exception is a single item that weighs 50 pounds or more, such as a large television which must be placed at the curb.

Request Service

On the appointed date of collection, Republic Services personnel will arrive at your home to collect the packaged items to be taken for recycling or disposal.

This service is available throughout the year by merely making a call and describing the items to be collected at your home.
HHW & E-Waste Flyer

Accepted Items

The following is a list of items that Republic Services will collect (5 gallons or less).
Household Hazadous Waste E-Waste E-Waste
Paint - latex and oil based Televisions Cassette Players
Paint Thinners, gasoline, solvents Computers, monitors Answering Machines
Oil, Petroleum-based lubricants Telephones, including cell phones Calculators
Ethylene Glycol, antifreeze Mouse, Mice Satellite receivers
Pesticides, Herbicides Keyboards Video cameras
Aerosols Wires/Cables Tape recorders
Mercury, Mercury debris Printers Record players
Light bulbs - fluorescents, compact fluorescents (CFL), high-intensity VCR's Audio amplifiers
Discharge (HID) lamps DVD players
Batteries - lead acid, alkaline, NiCad CD players
Pool chemicals Fax machines
Cleaners - acidic and basic Disk drives
Resins and epoxy Copiers