Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Drop-off Centers

Four drop off centers in Sacramento County are able to handle Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste from residents. Download our brochure for additional information.

NORTH: North Area Recovery Station's Household Hazardous Waste Facility 
The drop-off area is conveniently located at the County's Recovery Station.Please note that the County's HHW program is also open to residents of Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, and Rancho Cordova. The City of Citrus Heights does not participate in the County HHW program. Citrus Heights residents may not bring materials to either the County's NARS facility or the County's Kiefer ABOP facility. Businesses may bring hazardous waste materials to NARS or SRTS and must pay fees depending on material type.

SOUTHEAST: Kiefer Landfill's Special Waste Facility accepts antifreeze, batteries, oils, paints (ABOP) and limited other wastes
The drop-off area is conveniently located at the County's Kiefer Landfill.  This drop off facility accepts anti-freeze, batteries, oil, paint, (ABOP) and limited other wastes. Please note that the County's HHW program is also open to residents of Elk Grove, Folsom, Galt, and Rancho Cordova. The City of Citrus Heights does not participate in the County HHW program. Citrus Heights residents may not bring materials to either the County's NARS facility or the County's Kiefer ABOP facility. Businesses may bring hazardous waste materials to NARS or SRTS and must pay fees depending on material type.

CENTRAL: Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station (SRTS)
The City of Sacramento operates a HHW collection center under contract with the Sacramento Recycling and Transfer Station (SRTS).

SOUTH: Elk Grove Special Waste Collection Center
The City of Elk Grove also operates a Special Waste Collection Center for residents and businesses that accepts HHW, tires, sharps, and unused medications. A Reuse Room is onsite for household items including paint, cleaners, pool supplies, and clean wood. This facility also accepts recyclables.

PLACER COUNTY / ROSEVILLE:  The Western Placer Waste Management Authority (WPWMA) is a regional agency established in 1978 through a joint exercise of powers agreement between Placer County and the cities of Lincoln, Rocklin, and Roseville.  The WPWMA's facilities consist of the Western Regional Sanitary Landfill, a Materials Recovery Facility, and a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facility.  The HHW can be used by both Placer County and Sacramento County residents, and it is open 7 days a week.

 

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