Monday, November 26, 2007
Recycle burnt out bulbs and more!
Earth 911 updated their site!
Here are all of the things I can take to my local Household Hazardous Waste facility.
Don't just throw these items out! Take them to your HHM!
Typical materials which you should bring to the HHM drop-off facility include:
home, lawn and garden chemicals used for pest, insect and weed control
compact fluorescent light bulbs
windshield wiper fluid
gear oil and most car care products
flammable cleaning solvents such as kerosene, turpentine, varsol, mineral spirits, parts cleaners, floor strippers, rug cleaners, and spot removers
lamp and heating oil
corrosives such as muriatic acid, and oven or drain cleaners with lye
swimming pool additives
thermometers, thermostats, and barometers containing mercury
oil and latex paint, varnish, stains, polyurethane
propane tanks (small hand held type; please take the larger propane tanks from grills to your hardware store for recycling).
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