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default map pin icon 1300 East Keating Avenue, Muskegon, MI 49444, USA
Expanded listing for: Muskegon County Household Hazardous Waste
Hours of Operation

Regular Collection Hours: The second and fourth Friday each month, May – October 1:00 – 3:00 PM Late fall and winter collection is by appointment only. Appointments are made only for those who are not able to wait for a normal collection day. Muskegon County HHW Regular Collection Location: Household Hazardous Waste Site (Rear Lot of Pound Buddies) 1300 Keating Muskegon, MI Contact: If you have questions regarding materials that you’d like to dispose of, please contact Greg Leverence at Muskegon County Solid Waste at 231-724-6003.


Description: Muskegon County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program Muskegon County Department of Public Works offers a free disposal program to Muskegon County residents for unwanted Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) generated in county. Please note that Commercial and Industrial waste is prohibited. The goal of the HHW program is to divert hazardous materials from the landfill in order to protect residents and the environment. Should you possess any of the following materials, the HHW program will dispose of them in a safe and responsible manner. Mercury or mercury containing devices (i.e. Compact Florescent Light bulbs, mercury thermometers or thermostats, etc.) Petroleum products* Antifreeze Pesticides Insecticides Herbicides Aerosol cans (containing hazardous materials) Acids (i.e. Batteries, Muriatic Acid)** Bases (i.e. Drain cleaner) Other products with approval * Recycling Used Oil is preferred over disposal as HHW. Used oil can be recycled, free of charge, at any AutoZone location among other outlets. Click here for a complete list of Used Oil recycling options in Muskegon County. **LEAD ACID BATTERIES (i.e. car/boat batteries) are NOT accepted. NOTE: Paint is not accepted. The best way to dispose of paint is to use it up or recycle it! If you’re purchasing paint for a project, consider the area you have to cover and use a paint calculator to ensure you’re not buying too much. If you have leftover (never-frozen) latex paint that you wish to recycle, you can bring it to the Muskegon County Habitat for Humanity ReStore Locations or to Port City Paints/RepcoLite Paints, Inc. As a last resort, if you cannot find a use/recycling outlet for old leftover paint (latex or oil-based), it may be disposed of with your household trash as long as it is dried or solidified by adding kitty litter, (or other drying media) and leaving it open to dry in a well-ventilated area, away from children and animals.

default map pin icon 5815 103A Street, Edmonton, AB
Expanded listing for: Phoenix Metals
Hours of Operation

M-F 8:30am-5:00pm


Description: Broker for large volumes of cars, scrap metal, catalytic converters and lead-acid batteries - industrial batteries included. - Large yard for vehicle and metals drop-off. The public is paid a competitive price for all lead-lead acid batteries, vehicles and metals. - Free pick-up service in Edmonton area for all lead-acid or industrial batteries. Battery pick-up range extends to 200 km outside of Edmonton. ** we don't buy any white goods* (household appliances) Please call for details

default map pin icon Athabasca, AB, CA
Expanded listing for: Athabasca County Transfer Stations
Hours of Operation

Vary by location, please see website


Description: Is a registered Class II and III landfill that can accept most types of solid waste with the exception of Hazardous, Industrial or Oilfield Waste. The Landfill is approved to accept large municipal, commercial, construction, renovation, and demolition waste. Please visit the county website for hours and details on the waste and recycling sites in Athabasca County Perryvale Transfer Site Colinton Transfer Site Whispering Hills Transfer Site Athabasca Transfer Site Grassland Transfer Site Wandering River Transfer Site Smith Transfer Site Flatbush Transfer Site Free drop-off of recyclables: - Plastic Bottles, Tubs, Pails, Shopping Bags & Sheet Plastic - Tin Cans - scrap metal and appliances - Clear Glass Bottles & Jars - Cardboard and Boxboard - Newspaper, Magazines, Phone Books, Office Paper - Tires - TVs, Computers & Printers, Microwaves, Inkjet & Toner Cartridges - Left Over Paint, - Lead Acid Batteries, Rechargeable Batteries - Agricultural Pesticide Containers - Oil Filters, Oil Jugs & Pails. All sites will accept household waste as well as · Non-toxic burnable material (with the exception of the Athabasca Transfer site) · Scrap metal · White goods (appliances, intact refrigerators and freezers) · Tires · Agricultural Pesticide Containers (please deliver large quantities directly to the Colinton Transfer site) · Recyclable Materials such as Milk Containers, All Plastic Jugs, All Plastic Tubs and Pails, Plastic Bags, Tin Cans, Clear Glass, Cardboard, Newspaper, Office Paper, Fluorescent Light Tubes, TV's and Computers, Oil Jugs and Pails, Ni-cd Rechargeable Batteries, Ink Jet and Toner Cartridges, Lead Acid Batteries and more. · Paint – unused paint may be delivered only to the Athabasca Transfer Site or the Boyle Landfill from April 1st to October 31st. · Used Oil - may be delivered only to the Athabasca Transfer Site or the Boyle Landfill year round. Items prohibited at all sites are: · Industrial Solids or Ash · Biomedical Waste · Liquids or sludge of any type · Radioactive Waste · Explosives · Dangerous Oilfield Waste · Dead Animals · Automobile Bodies or Heavy Equipment