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Hazardous Waste Warning

Wastes in this section are dangerous to you and the environment. Handle them carefully and dispose of them properly.

Legally, households may not transport more than 15 gallons of wet or 125 pounds of dry hazardous materials. Read about the regulation.


Many types of antifreeze and engine coolants are toxic. All brands and colors of antifreeze are accepted at the locations listed below.

What about "Non-Toxic" Antifreeze?

Some types of antifreeze use propylene glycol, which is less toxic than the other types, such as ethylene glycol and methanol. Even so, brands of antifreeze that are labeled as non-toxic or less-toxic should still be disposed of at a hazardous waste collection facility. These types of antifreeze can be corrosive and should be treated as a poison if ingested.

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