From the House:
Dry Cleaning Fluids
Arts & Crafts Supplies
Aerosol Cans with Hazardous Waste Contents
From the Garage:
Old Chemistry Kits
Engine and Radiator Flushes
Contaminated Gasoline, Kerosene
Waxes & Polishes
From the Workbench:
From the Yard/Garden
Pesticides or Herbicides with 2, 4, 5-T or Silvex
Latex paint can be dried out in its can and safely disposed of in the trash or given to someone to use.
Car Batteries, Used Motor Oil & Anti-freeze
Your town recycles these.
Explosives, Fireworks, Ammunition - contact the Tolland State Police barracks.
Gas Cylinders - Refillable Type
Return to the company that distributed them.
Wood Preservative containing Penta Chlorophenol
There is no known safe way of disposal. Store in leak-proof containers out of reach of children.
Water Reactive Materials and Chemicals such as peroxides and metallic sodium
Contact your local fire marshal for proper disposal.
Contact Connecticut DEP at 424-3372.
Biologically Active Material
Usually pathological matter. Contact Conn. DEP Hazardous Waste Division at 424-3372.
Usually can be disposed of with trash. Contact Conn. Dept. of Health Services at 566-3186.
Contact Conn. DEP Waste Bureau at 424-3366.