Household hazardous wastes are waste materials that can be harmful to human health and or the environment if used, stored, or thrown away improperly. These wastes are the leftovers from common household products we all have in our homes. To protect our environment, do not dispose of household hazardous waste products in your trash, down your sewers, or on the ground.
Residents of Sherburne County may dispose of their HHW, FREE OF CHARGE at:
|2015 Household Hazardous Waste Collection Events|
|check back in the spring for more information|
The following is a list of the most common household hazardous waste products, which are accepted at the locations noted above.
The following is a list of products which will NOT be accepted at the locations noted above.
Pre-registered farmers may bring their
unwanted agricultural pesticides to
these collection events for free
disposal. For transportation planning
purposes, pre-registration is required
by calling John Exner at 763-765-4466 to inventory the amount of
agricultural pesticides being delivered
Residential Households do not need to pre-register.
Used Oil, Oil Filters & Anti-Freeze may be delivered to one of seven disposal locations established throughout the County. Visit www.eastsideoilcompanies.com/recycling/ to find a used oil collection site near you.