Drop-Off Information

Helpful Reminders


 
  • The HHW Center only accepts materials during regular business hours
  • Residents are responsible for unloading their materials
  • Residents are strongly encouraged to bring help if they have large items
  • Only Hamilton County residents can use the facility
  • Proof of residency is required such as a valid drivers license or tax id form
  • Residents are required to complete address form when dropping off materials
  • Business materials or materials in commercial/business vehicles will NOT be accepted

 


 Safe Handling
Proper handling is very important. Materials pose many safety hazards if not packed for transportation properly. Below are a few tips to take in consideration before bringing your materials into the HHW center. Please see our "Items Accepted" page for a break down of items that may be dropped off.

  • Place items containing liquid into plastic totes to avoid a mess in your vehicle
  • Avoid packing items in trash bags or grocery bags, as they can spill easily if not upright
  • Do not mix fragile items, such as light bulbs, with other materials
  • Do not pour materials together, as a violent reaction can occur
  • Make sure your material is in the original container and properly labeled
  • Materials that are not packed safely may not be accepted at the HHW center
  • As always, follow manufacturers recommendations for safe handling and use

If you have questions regarding the packaging of materials, you may contact the HHW center during regular business hours.
     

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