Household Hazardous Waste Depots

Port Dover Water Pollution Control Plant

137 Hamilton Plank Road, (Water Tower) Port Dover
Saturday, October 12, 2019 – 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.

 

What is Considered Hazardous Waste?

Household Hazardous Waste are substances which may be harmful to you, animals, or the environment when not handled properly and can result in the pollution of groundwater, lakes, rivers and soil when disposed of improperly.

Residents of Norfolk County are encouraged to dispose of their household hazardous waste at one of our temporary depots in the spring and fall.

 

Household Materials Accepted

 

Abrasive Cleaners • Acids • Air Freshener • Ammonia • Antifreeze • Ant Poison • Arsenic Brake Fluid • Bug Killer • Butane Cylinders • Car Batteries • Chlorine Bleach Disinfectants • Drain Cleaners • Engine Coolant • Fertilizer • Fire Starter • Floor Polish • Furniture Polish • Fungicides •  Gasoline •  Glues/Cements •  Herbicides •  Household Batteries • Insecticides •  Kerosene •  Lighter Fluid •  Medicines •  Metal Polish •  Motor Oil •  Nail Polish •  Needles •  Oven Cleaner •  Paint (Oil & Water Base) •  Polishes •  Pool Chemicals •  Propane Tanks •  Rat Poison •  Rug Cleaner •  Rust Paint •  Sharps & Syringes •  Shellac •  Silver Polish •  Solvents Spot Remover • Stains •  Transmission Fluid •  Turpentine •  Unbroken household fluorescent light tubes (10 per household, do not tape together) •  Weed killer •  Window cleaner •  Wood preservative •  Wood stripper

 

Electronics Accepted

 

Computer mice •  Digital cameras •  Fax machines •  Household computers •  Keyboards •  Monitors •  Pagers •  Photocopiers • Printers •  Scanners  Cell phones •  TVs • VCRs •  Video game consoles and games

 

Materials NOT Accepted

 

Appliances •  Electronic typewriters •  Power tools •  Electric motors and relays •  Cameras •  Tires •  PCBs •  Commercial, agricultural, industrial radioactive or unknown wastes or drums of material •  Microwaves •  Smoke detectors

 

 


For more information contact Public Works
519-582-2100 or 519-428-0020

Remember that rust free metal paint cans and lids may now be put out for the new 2-sort recycling collection. Empty motor oil containers should be brought to the HHW events for recycling.