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Who You Gonna Call (About HHW)? 30

Let’s take a quick look at some of the best HHW disposal options.

Updated On 12/01/2016 | Originally Published On 10/19/2015
Who You Gonna Call (About HHW)?
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  • Janis C. 3 days ago
    A semi comes to nearby church for electronics items-Ct.
  • Vickie L. 6 days ago
  • Melissa K. 21 days ago
    Most Lowes locations have a free drop off point for some HHW, I know they take light bulbs, and there's a couple other bins as well. Looking for a drop off day in your local community is always a good idea too - sometimes its free, or fee with a canned goods donation - win / win!
  • Karen K. 1 month ago
    I know dead batteries can go to battery stores. I have an electric scooter because I can't walk. So when I replace batteries on that, the baggie(s) of dead batteries from other things go in for recycling along with the big ones. I sometimes get odd looks, but I point out each time they're required by law to accept them.
  • Lori F. 1 month ago
    Please do not dump old medications into the toilet! It pollutes our underground springs. Most police stations have drop off boxes. Can you think of a better reason to go to the police station??
    • Karen K. 1 month ago
      Check your local Salvation Army, too. They accept some old meds so they can help people who need them right now and can't afford them.
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