Hazardous Items

 

Get Rid of Your Household Hazardous Waste! 

Read below for instructions.

 

 

What is Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)? 

HHW is any waste that contains ingredients that are flammable, explosive, corrosive or present a health or pollution hazard. 

 

 

What To Bring:


 Fluorescent lights 

 Transmission fluid

 Grease

 Pesticides

 Fertilizers

 Oil-based paints 

 Stains

 Solvents 

 Pool & Spa Chemicals

 Detergents

 Disinfectants

 Acids

 Bases, such as drain cleaner,  tub & tile cleaner, and etching  products

 Old gasoline

 Kerosene

 Lead-based paint

 Creosote

 Tar

 Aerosol cans

 Propane cylinders (small only)

 Donations are welcome!

 *All batteries, latex paint, and up to 20 fluorescents are accepted free of charge every day!

 

 WHO: Tehama County  Residents and small  businesses only.

 Please bring proof of  residency.  

 WHERE:

 Tehama County/ Red Bluff  Landfill

 19995 Plymire Rd. RB 

 and

 Corning Disposal (Waste  Management)

 3281 Hwy 99W, Corning 96021

 

 WHEN: See Calendar of  Events  

 

 RULES: Limit 50 lb/load  (D.O.T.)   Please keep wastes  in original containers.  

 HOW MUCH:   Free for  households.

 Donations are appreciated!

Small fees apply to businesses and government agencies (Small Quantity Generators).

 Business and government must  make an appointment. Call  528-1103 to schedule an  appointment.

 

What NOT to Bring:


 Food waste

 Garbage

 Yard waste

 Roofing

 Trash

 Concrete

 Soil

 Appliances

 Televisions or Monitors

 Railroad Ties

 Paper

 Cardboard

 Construction wastes such as  drywall, glass, etc.

 Medical Waste/Sharps   see sharps disposal locations .  

No explosives, medical waste, ammunition or radioactive waste.

Thanks! 

Your cooperation helps make HHW Collection safe and cost effective. You save money and protect your home and community from toxic pollution.

For more information, check out our HHW brochures (English or Spanish), give us a call at 528-1103

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