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Hazardous Waste Drop-off
Saturday, June 18, 2022, 9:00 AM until 3:00 PM
300 Domino Lane (above Umbria)
Community Event - not East Falls Village
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE DROP-OFF EVENT | 9am – 3pm SATURDAY, JUNE 18 Northwest Transfer Station | Domino Ln. & Umbria St.
Dispose of materials the right way at Household Hazardous Waste Events. Residents may drop off items labeled: toxic, flammable, corrosive or reactive at events offered across the City.
Handling and disposing of hazardous waste materials requires a special set of regulations due to the potential damage the items can cause people, pets and the environment. New PA Department of Environmental Protection COVID protocols require residents to pre-register and schedule an appointment to drop off materials at an event.
The next event is Saturday, June 18, 9am to 3pm at Domino Ln. & Umbria St. Visit philadelphiastreets.com/hazardous-waste/ for a list of acceptable household hazardous waste and to pre-register for this event or a later event.
Computers are not accepted at any of the Household Hazardous Waste events as they can be taken to any of the Sanitation Convenience Centers (one on Domino) across from this event) during normal business hours. As a reminder, latex or water base paint is not hazardous and can be placed in the regular trash if the paint is dried up or solidified with an absorbent material, such as, kitty litter. Universal waste such as florescent light bulbs and lithium, rechargeable and lead-acid batteries can be dropped off in the new bulb or battery containers at the Sanitation Convenience Centers. Alkaline batteries can be disposed of curbside. Residents are encouraged to wrap tape around both ends of an alkaline battery as an added precaution.