GLOW

Household Hazardous Waste Collection

What is Household Hazardous Waste?

It is any waste produced in the home, which is flammable, toxic, corrosive or reactive. It includes paint products, pesticides and herbicides, hobby chemicals, automotive fluids and cleaning products.

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Who Can Participate?

Any resident of Genesee, Livingston or Wyoming Counties.

How Can I Participate?

Materials are accepted by appointment at GLOW’s annual collections. The 2021 collection will held in the hamlet of Rock Glen (town of Silver Springs), Wyoming Count on Saturday, September 18. A separate electronics collection will be held on Saturday, September 25, also in Rock Glen. Contact the GLOW office for copies of the final reports for these collections. Appointments will start to be taken in mid-July. Click on the notification forms to be notified of the dates and start of appointments for these collections.

Two to three weeks before the collection you will be sent a packet of information that includes  directions to the site, safety information and the list of acceptable and unacceptable materials. You must bring your envelope to the collection to give to the person manning the check-in station. It will have your time highlighted in the top left corner of the label and serves as proof that you have an appointment. Confirmation of the electronics appointments will be by postcard.

Household Hazardous Waste Notification Form
Electronics Collection Notification Form

Acceptable Materials

Propane Canisters & Tanks
Auto & Marine Batteries
Oil Filters & Antifreeze
Miscellaneous Vehicle Fluids
Oil Base Paint & Stains
Pesticides & Insecticides
Household Cleaning Products
Polish & Waxes
Solvents & Corrosives
Resins & Adhesives
Pool & Photo Chemicals
Driveway Sealer
Fluorescent Light Bulbs & Tubes
Full or Partially Full Aerosol Cans
Tires - For a charge to be determined
Unacceptable Materials

Motor Oil
Latex Paint & Stains
Explosives & Ammunition
PCB's & Asbestos
Infectious/Biological Waste
Pathogenic Waste
Pressure Sensitive Reactive Material
Needles and Syringes
Pharmaceuticals