Many of the items you use everyday in home improvement projects, lawn and garden care, and automobile maintenance can be hazardous to your health and the environment if disposed of improperly. In fact, the average home contains 60 to 100 pounds of hazardous chemicals. Check a product for key words like caution, warning, dangerous, and poison to determine if it is hazardous.
Hamilton County residents can safely dispose of their household hazardous waste (HHW) by dropping it off at a local business that accepts the material. Many area businesses and organizations also accept hazardous materials depending on the type of business and the condition of the material. Some outlets may charge a fee for disposal. Select the keyword of the material you are trying to dispose or check the comprehensive list below to locate an outlet. If you cannot find your item in the list or have any disposal questions please call the Hamilton County Recycling and Solid Waste District at (513) 946-7734 for assistance or email Susan Schumacher.
Thank you for protecting the environment and human health
by disposing of hazardous products correctly.
Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off Locations
Select Item to search: AntifreezeCar batteriesCartridgesCleaning SuppliesComputersDriveway SealerExplosivesFire ExtinguishersFluorescent Light BulbsFreon Containing AppliancesGasoline Ink-Jet CartridgesMercuryMicrowaves Motor OilNickel Cadmium BatteriesPaintPesticides & FertilizersPropane TanksSmoke AlarmsTiresTVs Watch Batteries
Click here to see all the HHW drop-off locations.