Mercury is a dangerous neurotoxin, a poisonous substance that damages or destroys nerve tissue. Learn how to minimize risks from mercury in your home.
Find out what products are considered hazardous and where you will find them in your home. Most hazardous products can be dropped off at your local household hazardous waste facility.
A searchable database of regional, local, and mobile facilities that collect household hazardous waste.
Chemicals are part of our lives. However, there are reasons to be cautious about our exposure to some chemicals.
Once a battery is used up or no longer useful, the battery’s chemistry will determine how best to dispose of it.
Products that are not properly used, stored, and disposed of can present a hazard to our health and our environment.
It is important to manage and dispose of needles, lancets, and syringes (sharps) safely to prevent injury and disease transmission from needle-sticks.