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How to Identify Common Household Hazardous Wastes
Look for the following key words on the container's label:
The container may also describe the health or environmental hazard of the product by using one of the following words...
Common Household Hazardous Waste Products:
Partially full containers from the following product types are generally considered to be household hazardous wastes.
Household Hazardous Waste Collection Centers: The above materials should be taken to one of the transfer stations in
USED MOTOR OIL can be recycled at all transfer stations and, at the Bingen Garbage Service car wash located at 240 Loop Road in White Salmon. (509 493-3930, Hours: 9 am to 4:30 pm, Mon-Fri)
The label is important! Attach loose labels to containers with rubber bands or other fasteners.
Empty Containers are not Household Hazardous Waste:
Household Hazardous Waste Reuse Program:
Ask the transfer station attendants about re-usable paints, cleaning products or yard and garden chemicals. These partially used products are available at no charge.
There is no charge for the household hazardous waste services provided by Klickitat County in cooperation with Rabanco and The Washington State Department of Ecology.
Commercial & Government Generators of Moderate Risk Hazardous Waste: For information on reduced rate disposal options call Klickitat County Solid Waste at 509 773-4448.
Date of Source Material: 2/27/2008
Source: Klickitat County Solid Waste
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Kevin Barry: Director
127 W. Court St. ms-ch-27
Goldendale, WA 98620
Fax: 509 773-4521
Phone: 509 773-4448
or 800 785-1718