Where can I get rid of my Hazardous Waste?
Local HHW Collections happen three times a year, see the collection schedule or check our Facebook page for location updates.
Alternatives to Hazardous Waste Collections
Vermont Paint Stewardship Law Through the PaintCare program, residents may drop off accepted materials free-of charge at participating paint stores, transfer stations, and GUV HHW collection events.
From July 1, 2017 to June 30, 2018, 110,567 gallons of paint were collected in Vermont.
GUVSWMD DROP OFF SITES
For more information on accepted materials, visit PaintCare.com or call (802) 674-4474.
There are many local garages that will take oil, oil filter, and car batteries all year.
Note: must be clean used oil, no water, antifreeze or other mixed fluids
What These Garages Accept Oil Batteries Oil Filters
Hartford Transfer Station 2590 N Hartland Rd., 295-5740 Yes Yes Yes
Advance Auto Parts Rt. 12A, West Lebanon, 603-298-7036 Yes Yes No
Co-op Service Center 51 South Park St., Hanover, 603-643-6650 Yes Yes Yes
Co-op Service Center 53 US Rte. 5 So. , Norwich, 603-640-6389 Yes Yes Yes
Kedron Valley Garage Rt. 106, So. Woodstock, 457-1904 Yes Yes No
Ward’s Garage Rt. 113, Vershire, 685-2238 Yes Yes No
Fairlee Marine Rt. 5, Fairlee, 333-9745 Yes No No
See Special Collections for non hazardous waste collections.