Garage and Automotive Products

  • Antifreeze/engine coolant
  • Automotive fluids
  • Fuel additives
  • Gas & gas-oil mix, including diesel
  • Motor oil
  • Propane tanks (only small, non-refillable tanks only)
  • Windshield washer fluid
  • Other garage and automotive products

Workshop/Painting Supplies

  • Adhesive, caulking & glue
  • Deck, patio & chimney cleaner
  • Furniture stripper
  • Oil-based paint & stain, lacquer
  • Solvent cleaning fluid
  • Roof coating, sealant
  • Thinner, turpentine, removers, or strippers
  • Other workshop and painting supplies

Home and Garden Products

  • Fertilizer
  • Fungicide
  • Herbicide/Weed Killer
  • Household Cleaners,Powders, & Sprays
    • Ammonia, bathroom or kitchen cleaners, bleach, lye, oven cleaner, spot remover, wood and metal cleaners or polish, and more.
  • Hygiene Products
    • Body wash, hair products, and more.
  • Insecticide/Pesticide/Rodenticide
    • Ant dust, mosquito spray, rodent poison, and more.
  • Kerosene or home heating oil (call for details on accepted size & quantity limits)
  • Pool Chemicals
  • Other lawn & garden products

Miscellaneous Products

  • Aerosol cans/inhalers
  • Ammunition
  • CO2 cartridges (paintball, carbonated drink machines)
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fireworks
  • Fluorescent light bulbs, including CFL bulbs
  • Inks and dyes
  • Lighters and lighter fluid
  • Mercury thermometers & thermostats
  • Propane tanks (small, non-refillable tanks only)
  • Rechargeable batteries
  • Other hazardous waste (flammable, toxic, corrosive, and explosive products)

Not Accepted

  • Alkaline Batteries (now safe for the trash); rechargeable, lithium, and cadmium batteries we still accept
  • Barrels or large drums – nothing larger than a five-gallon container. Please call us for options for disposal of these quantities.
  • Friable asbestos – Call the local Michigan Department of Environmental Quality at (616) 356-0500 for proper removal guidelines and disposal requirements and regulations.
  • Latex paint (water based) – may be dried out and placed in your regular trash. DO NOT place in your recycling bin please.
  • Materials from farms, businesses, offices, schools or institutions.
  • Medical waste
  • Needles or medical sharps
  • Refillable propane, helium & other tanks
  • Empty hazardous waste can, containers, jugs or tubs