Options for Disposing of Hazardous Household Products
The average American family has dozens of hazardous products throughout the house, including car products, oil paints and thinners, solvents, cleaners and pesticides. A household product is hazardous if it is toxic, flammable, corrosive, or reactive.
Take a quick look around your shelves. Any products that say DANGER, POISON, WARNING or CAUTION are hazardous and can harm family members, pets and the environment. Below are options for safely disposing of household hazardous waste.
For information on how to handle business-generated hazardous waste, click here.
Call Thurston County Public Works at (360) 867-2491 or or email ThurstonSolidWaste@co.thurston.wa.us.
This page last updated: