Hazardous Waste & Electronic Goods Collection

Next Events: May & October 2016

Pre-registration and a $10.00 fee per vehicle were required for the 2015 Hazardous Waste & Electronic Goods Collections only.  Due to the high cost of disposal for Hazardous Waste, participation is limited to 250 vehicles per event. 

When disposed of improperly, household hazardous wastes (HHW) can threaten the quality of our drinking water, increase the threat of algae bloom and threaten the safety of sanitation workers (if discarded in the trash, these items may ignite or explode in the collection truck).  HHW left around the house and garage pose an accidental poison risk to children and pets.  Hazardous waste materials are often labeled with indicator words such as "caution", "warning" or "danger".  The Federal Hazardous Substances act requires that these and other indicator words appear on all products which contain a substance that could cause a health hazard during use.  The EPA defines a hazardous substance as any material that may be toxic, ignitable, corrosive or reactive.  We accept most unknown chemicals, which can often be of unknown origin, found around your home or farm.

Hazardous Waste Listing (pdf)
Electronic Goods Listing (pdf)

Latex Paint Flyer

Disposal Alternatives
(pdf)-TVs, Appliances, Electronics, Computers and more

Other Unacceptable Items:

Latex Paint Oil Vehicle Batteries Radioactive Items
Freon 11 & 12 Explosives Infectious Waste Biological Waste
Smoke Detectors Cylinders Gas Grill Propane Tanks Needles/Sharps/Epi-Pens

Partnering with Wisconsin Communities Recyclor (WCR), this collection offers the opportunity for you to dispose of your unused, unwanted E-goods knowing that everything will be recycled.  WCR will be set up at the Clean Sweep to accept your E-goods which may include: VCRs & DVD players, computers, (IBM,MAC), mainframes, terminals, printers (inkjet/laser), monitors (including flat screens/CRT), laptops, scanners, hard drives (internal/external), CD ROM/DVD (internal/external), cords & cables, keyboards & mice, modems/NIC, circuit boards (all types), toner & ink cartridges, UPS, speakers, PCM/CIA cards (all types), memory, network gear, routers.  For additional information about WCR see their website at: http://wisconsincommunitiesrecylor.org.

Large volumes of egoods may be arranged for pick-up free of charge. Contact Land Conservation for more information. 335.4800

From Here To Where?
What happens to my waste after drop-off?

Can't wait for the next Clean Sweep?
Hazardous Waste Disposal available at the Port Washington Facility. (year round)
Fees Apply.