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Household Hazardous Waste

When certain household chemicals are not used up, they can become household hazardous waste (HHW). Many household products contain the same chemicals as strictly regulated industrial wastes and pose similar environmental and health problems. Although the quantities of chemicals disposed of by individual households may be small, the number of households in Minnesota are many, and the amount of waste adds up.

Consumers - How tos, disposal locations, resources, and information.

HHW Program Managers - Resources, information, and training for HHW and VSQG Program Operators.

More information and assistance

For immediate assistance on chemical spills, contact the Minnesota Duty officer at 800-422-0798.

For assistance or further information on this program, contact the MPCA at 651-296-6300 or toll-free 800-657-3864 (in Minnesota only) and ask for the Household Hazardous Waste Program staff.

Last modified on July 01, 2013 09:18