Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Center

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COVID-19 Response & Closure

The Household Hazardous Waste  Center and General Recycling Area will be closed starting on Wednesday March 25th, 2020.   Please check here for updates on operations. Also, visit us @Hamilton County Household Hazardous Waste on Facebook for waste disposal guidance, education, and resources.   Please be patient during this time and do not ever dump materials on facility property.  

Before you visit 

We only provide services to Hamilton County Residents from their personal residential use.  Outside of Hamilton County Residents go to  to find your district. If you are a business or contractor you may call for advice on proper disposal options.  This is a FREE service for Hamilton County residents turning in their personal household waste (businesses are not allowed to use this service). 

Services for Hamilton County Residents

  • HHW Drop-off Center: We will accept typical household wastes that are considered hazardous such as fuels, oils, rechargeable batteries, mercury containing bulbs, cleaners, paints, pesticides, electronics, freon appliances, sharps, and tires. 
  • Sharps Disposal Program: We will accept used and empty sharps or lancets in an approved sharps container.
  • Swap Shop Program:  Materials that are turned in that are still good are available to Hamilton County residents.
  • e-Waste Recycling: Household electronics such as TVs, Microwaves, Computers, Small Appliances, and cords maybe be turned into the program. Limit 5 TVs a year.
  • General Recycling Area: We maintain a self-serve area for all county residents to deposit general household recyclables.
  • Paint Disposal: Latex paint is not a hazardous waste. Empty and dry cans may be disposed of at home in curbside trash containers. Full cans of latex or oil based paints and stains may be turned into the HHW Drop-Off Center.
  • Paper Shred Days: The HHW Drop-off Center provides Paper Shred Days four times a years to county residents.


We are at 1717 Pleasant Street, Ste. 200, Noblesville. Immediately west of the Hamilton County Extension Office and 4-H Fair Grounds. 


Household Hazardous Waste Building