Lebanon County Household Hazardous Waste


Request We Take Your Waste!

There is a $15 co-pay associated with this request (Via PayPal, You do not need a PayPal account. Select pay using credit or debit card)



Accepted Items

Household Chemicals
Ammonia, cleaning compounds, bleach, floor stripper, drain cleaner, rust remover, carpet/upholstery cleaner, tile/shower cleaner, and more

Automotive Products
Antifreeze, motor oil, oil filters, fluids, polish, waxes, vehicle batteries, upholstery cleaners, and more

Paint Products
Oil-based paint, latex paint, spray paint, artist paint, wood preservative, stain, caulk, sealer and more

Batteries
Batteries of various sizes: AA, AAA, C, D and rechargeable

Garden Chemicals
Herbicide, insect spray/ insecticide, fertilizer, pesticide, and more

Fluorescent Light Bulbs
Compact fluorescent lamps (CFL) and straight fluorescent tubes

Thermometers and thermostats
Numerous items that contain mercury

Flammable Items
Kerosene, gasoline, solvents and more

Swimming Pool Chemicals
Pool acid, stabilizer, chlorine

The Only Items Allowed to be OUTSIDE of the Bag:
Vehicle Batteries
Fluorescent Tubes (CFLs in their original sheath or taped together)


Items NOT Accepted Through This Service

  • Smoke detectors
  • Asbestos
  • Biological Waste
  • Medicines and prescriptions
  • Sharps, syringes, needles and lancets
  • Ammunition and explosives
  • Fireworks
  • Ariel Flares
  • Compressed Gas cylinders (Ask for exceptions)
  • Commercial or business supplies
  • Unknown or unlabeled materials
  • Trash, including bulky items and furniture
  • Incandescent light bulbs
  • Appliances: washing machines, vacuums, tools, or refrigerators
  • Tires
  • Liquid mercury
  • Radioactive items
  • Containers over 5 gallons
  • Leaking or empty containers
  • Lamp fixtures
  • Construction related materials
  • Items improperly packaged for transportation

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

How soon can you come and collect my unwanted items?

After we schedule a home collection appointment, a collection kit is mailed to your home. Providing you the necessary time for the kit to be mailed to you and giving you time to gather eligible materials and properly package them for collection. Our goal is to collect all of your eligible unwanted items in one appointment. The routes are based upon demand, so collection dates will vary.

What time will the items be picked-up?

On the assigned collection date, our Technicians will arrive anytime between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. to collect the materials. You are not required to be present during the collection.

Will you ring my door bell when you arrive? Can you collect the items from inside my home?

Our Technicians do not ring bells or contact the resident when they arrive at your home. They are not allowed to enter homes, garages, basements, backyards, or sheds. You are not required to be present during the collection.

Where do I place my items?

Place your materials outside your home, near your front door or garage area at ground level. They must be within clear site of the Technician when he/she pulls up to your home. Materials cannot be inside of a home, garage, shed, basement, behind a locked gate, or in the backyard. Don’t place your materials near the curb, in the street or alleyway.

Will you come on my regular trash day?

Our Technicians have no relationship with regular trash trucks. Check the instruction sheet for your scheduled collection date. Do not place your items near your trash can on trash day.

Can I drop my items at your location?

No. In order to best service your area, this is a home collection program. We come to you! There is no need to drop off your items.

Can I get the bag first, then call to schedule?

A collection kit, with the containment bag, will be sent to you after you schedule your appointment date.

Can I reuse any of these materials that I have instead putting them for collection?

Many items can be repurposed, there are a wide variety of resources available for suggestions. Go to your community’s website or the Environmental Protection Agency. For example, excess bleach has many potential uses.

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