Toxic household products can be harmful to pets, wildlife, sanitation workers, our health, and the environment if poured down the drain, toilet or storm sewer, or put in the trash. You can properly dispose of and recycle toxic products from your home with Denver’s Household Hazardous Waste Collection Program. Denver residents are eligible for one collection appointment per calendar year.
Please note a $15 co-payment is required from the resident for each appointment.
|Automotive fluids||Auto batteries|
|Corrosive chemicals||Drain openers|
|Fluorescent bulbs||Fluorescent tubes|
|Hobby chemicals||Household batteries*|
|Mercury and lead||Mercury thermometers|
|Mercury thermostats||Motor oil and used filters|
|Murlactic acid||Oil-based paint|
|Weed killer||Wood preservatives|
Note: Smoke detectors are accepted at an extra fee of $14 each.
Call 1-800-449-7587 or go to www.wmatyourdoor.com
To qualify for an appointment you'll need:
Only one collection kit bag is provided per appointment, so it is important to prioritize your materials in order to maximize your collection. The collection kit is a large heavy-duty clear plastic bag that holds about 10 to 12 cans or bottles of material.