Disposing of your household hazardous waste in the garbage or washing it down the drain can be dangerous to your family and the environment. Household Hazardous Waste can be disposed of at one of the Bruce County Hazardous Waste Days.

Household hazardous and special waste (HHSW) is found in every home. For a complete list of materials that are accepted at the hazardous waste day please view the list of acceptable household hazardous waste materials.

Bruce County is pleased to be able to resume the Hazardous Waste program to collect hazardous materials from Bruce County residents and dispose of them in an environmentally safe manner.  
Attendees MUST remain in their vehicle, windows closed, waste material in open trunk only for unloading.  Please do not attend if you are experiencing COVID-19 symptoms.
*County will be taking all precautions reasonable for their staff and contractor to operate these events during COVID-19.  We require resident's adherence to the protocols in place to deliver this service.  The County retains the right to refuse service if protocols are not being followed.

1. Saturday May 8, 8am-1pm

2. Saturday August 7, 8am-1pm

Location: Kincardine Works Yard, 140 Valentine Ave, Kincardine

 

This special event is for the handling of household hazardous waste ONLY.  Commercial or Industrial wastes, or volumes, will not be accepted.   Residents are encouraged to return motor oil, paint etc., to point of purchase or recycle where possible.  Empty containers (dried up paint containers) are to be recycled or disposed of with household waste.

If you are interested in further info, please contact:

Bruce County Highways Department
Phone: (877) 681-1291 Ext. 4
Fax: (519) 507-3030
www.brucecounty.on.ca

 

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