Sacramento city hazardous waste disposal

Sacramento city hazardous waste disposal DEFAULT

Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and E-Waste

Sacramento City and County residents can utilize our HHW and E-Waste site to dispose of containers of paint, cleaners and automotive supplies as well as home electronics.

California law prohibits the disposal of these materials in the trash or recycling. Disposing chemicals, paints and other HHW materials in the trash and recycling endangers workers and is extremely harmful to the environment.

At SRT, we properly dispose of your items or prepare them for recycling. We also have a Reuse Area where you can find used paints and other supplies for your home improvement projects.

Here’s a list of accepted items:

   • all-purpose cleaners
   • anti-freeze
   • ammonia
   • automotive chemicals
   • batteries
   • brake fluid
   • chlorine bleach
   • cooking oil
   • furniture polish
   • gasoline

   • disinfectants
   • drain opener
   • herbicides
   • insecticides
   • motor oil
   • oil filters
   • oven cleaner
   • paints - oil based & latex
   • paint-related solvents
   • partially full aerosol cans

   • pesticides
   • poisons
   • pool chemicals

   • Propane gas cylinders
   • rubber cement
   • rug cleaner
   • silver polish
   • solvents
   • toilet bowl cleaner
   • tub/tile cleaner
   • unlabeled paint
   

The following items are NOT accepted:

   • ammunition 
   • asbestos
   • biohazards
   • compressed gas cylinders

   • explosives
   • radioactive materials
   • treated wood waste
   • medications

 

 

HHW and E-Waste tip:

Follow these tips for packaging and transporting your HHW materials:

  • Keep products in original containers
  • If container is leaking, place in larger plastic container with tight-fitting lid
  • Secure products upright in cardboard box
  • Never transport products in passenger compartment of car or truck

Keep flammables out of direct sunlight and away from sources of heat, spark, flame or ignition.

Sours: https://sacrecycling.wm.com/hhw/index.jsp

Hazardous Waste

Hazardous WasteHazardous Waste, when improperly handled or stored, can result in fire, explosion, injury, illness, death, and environmental contamination. State and Federal laws to regulate the storage and handling of hazardous wastes were passed in the 1970’s and set-up a system for tracking the waste from “cradle to grave”. The hazardous waste generator (person or facility creating the waste) has responsibility for determining if their waste is hazardous and for the safe handling, transport, and disposal of that waste. Generators of hazardous waste in Yolo County are required to submit a Hazardous Materials Business Plan to the Environmental Health Department, which is the CUPA (Certified Unified Program Agency) and are inspected by the CUPA for compliance with Federal and State hazardous waste storage, handling, and disposal regulations at least once every three years.

Industrial Waste

A hazardous waste is any substance that is a waste and threatens human health or the environment. Hazardous wastes may be solid, liquid or sludge. They may be the by-products of manufacturing processes or unwanted commercial products. By definition a waste may be hazardous if it is specifically listed or it has at least one of these characteristics: ignitable (flammable), corrosive to metal and tissue, reactive (explosive), and toxic or damaging to living organisms.

If you are a hazardous waste generator, be sure to manage you waste streams properly.

For more information regarding hazardous waste go to the Yolo County Environmental Health website.

Household Waste

Yolo County offers free disposal of household hazardous waste for Yolo County residents!

Household WasteHazardous Waste can be generated from the products you use around your home and yard including pesticides, insecticides, herbicides, fertilizers, paint, and workshop chemicals. Waste generated in the home may include cleaners, aerosol sprays, polishes, medicines, batteries, and craft chemicals. From the garage, hazardous waste may include automotive fluids such as antifreeze, oil (and filters), waxes, polishes, brake and transmission fluids, as well as car batteries. All of these materials are accepted during the monthly household hazardous waste days. Be sure to dispose of your waste properly. Fines for illegal disposal can cost up to $25,000.00 per instance.

Please contact Yolo County Environmental Health at (530) 666-8729 or www.yolocounty.org for the current schedule for drop off days.

Sours: https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/government/departments/fire/community-risk-reduction/hazardous-materials-program/hazardous-waste
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Residential Services

Bulky Waste Pick Up Appointment Service

West Sacramento residents are eligible for two bulky waste pick up appointments per year, between July 1 and June 30, for items too large to fit in a curbside cart. For more information or to schedule a bulky waste pick up, call Waste Management toll free at (866) 844-1508. You can also visit Waste Management's West Sacramento page. If you have used your two bulky waste pick up appointments for the year and still have bulky items to dispose of, call Environmental Services at (916) 617-4590 and request a landfill voucher. Some restrictions apply.

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Service

Residents are also eligible for two special collection appointments of Household Hazardous Waste per year, between July 1 and June 30. Call Waste Management toll free at (800)449-7587 to schedule an appointment or visit them online at www.wmatyourdoor.com.

Food Scrap Collectionkitchen pail

Residents can now dispose of food scraps with yard waste in the Organics Cart (Brown Lid). To help you set aside food scraps for recycling, Waste Management is offering a free kitchen counter top food scrap pail.  Call (866) 844-1508 to request your free pail today!                                      

Fats, Oils and Grease

Fats, Oils and GreaseFats, oils, and grease (FOG) are a natural by-product of cooking and preparing food.  Sources of FOG include food scraps, meat fats, cooking oil, lard, baked goods, salad dressings, sauces, dairy products, shortening, butter and margarine. Proper disposal of FOG is important. Review this material for tips on saving our pipes and sewer lines! 

Additional Residential Services

To learn about more services, read the Residential Services Program Brochure.

 Trash, Recycling, Organic Instructions

 

Trash Service

Residential curbside services also include trash, mixed recycling, organics and used motor oil and filter collection (see below). Trash, mixed recycling and organics are collected every week.

Residents may choose from the following size garbage carts: 35 gallon; 64 gallon or 96 gallon. Please refer to the fee schedule to determine current service fee.

 

Collection Schedule

Click the collection schedule to find the service day for your street. Please note: Curbside service is unaffected by holidays, with the exceptions of Thanksgiving, Christmas and New Year’s Day. Residents will be notified in advance of any changes to their pickup schedule as a result of these holidays.

For missed service and other trash needs, call WM directly toll free at (866) 844-1508. City Utility Billing will take all billing related calls at (916) 617-4589.

Oil Filter and Bag

Used Oil and Filter Collection

Waste Management will provide used oil containers and filter bags. Residents may recycle up to two (2) gallons of used oil each month using this service. Residents must call to make an appointment. Used oil must be poured into provided containers. Call (866) 844-1508 to request a container and filter bag.

Good Neighbor Program

Illegal dumping is an eyesore. Roadside furniture, appliances and tires, to name a few, do nothing to enhance a neighborhood. The County of Yolo has a program that can help. Residents may take illegally dumped items found along the roadside to the landfill - Free of Charge. In addition, the resident will be given a coupon good for disposal of their own waste. Just for being a Good Neighbor! The County implemented this program to reduce the amount of money the Roads Division spends cleaning up illegal dumping. Residents are requested not to pick up hazardous waste and will be asked to complete a form that includes describing the location where the material was collected.

If you would like more information about this program, contact the Yolo County Central Landfill at 530-666-8729 or visit their website.

Cart-Set Out Instructions

Sours: https://www.cityofwestsacramento.org/government/departments/community-development/environmental-services-and-sustainability-division/solid-waste/residential-services
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