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Date:
April 22, 2019
Media Contact:
Dan N. King, Environmental Health Specialist, 402-441-8084

Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event Set for April 27

Lincoln and Lancaster County residents are encouraged to dispose of their household hazardous waste at a collection event from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday, April 27, at Star City Shores, 4375 S. 33rd Ct. The event is free for Lincoln and Lancaster County residents. Donations are accepted at the collection site.

Accepted items include pesticides, lawn and garden chemicals, household cleaning products, paint thinners, stains, polishes and waxes, turpentine, oil-based paint, pool cleaning chemicals, flea and tick powders, rodent poison, charcoal starter fluids, mixed or old gasoline, brake or power steering fluids, and items containing mercury such as CFLs and thermometers. A complete list of accepted items and other collection dates is available at haztogo.com or lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: haztogo).

Prohibited items include latex paint, motor oil, antifreeze fertilizers, gas grill cylinders, medicines and pharmaceutical waste, electronics and batteries. For information on recycling these and other materials, check the "Waste Reduction and Recycling Guide" at lincoln.ne.gov (keyword: recycle guide). No business waste will be accepted.

The Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department also reminds the public that Lincoln's Hazardous Waste Center, 5101 N. 48th St., accepts household hazardous waste by appointment only on several days each month. The service is free to Lincoln and Lancaster County residents, who can schedule appointments by visiting haztogo.com or by calling 402-441-8021. The Center accepts the same household hazardous waste items that are collected at mobile hazardous waste collection events.

The household hazardous waste program is partially funded by the Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality. For more information about household hazardous waste, visit haztogo.com.


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