Household Hazardous was (HHW) can take many forms; materials that are flammable, an oxidizer, corrosive, toxic, reactive, or contain polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs) are considered hazardous waste. If a container has the words: POISON, DANGER, WARNING or CAUTION on the label and still has product left over it cannot go in the trash. These products found commonly around the house can harm humans, animals, and the environment if used, stored or disposed of improperly.
Automotive products- Including automotive fluids, lead-acid batteries and oil filters,
Household and lawn and garden products- Including adhesives, aerosols, batteries, cleaners, fire extinguishers, fluorescent bulbs, mercury-containing items, paint, pesticides, poisons, pool chemicals, stains and varnishes
Personal care products- Including nail polish, hair spray and perfume.
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