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Clean Harbors Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Day

October 27, 2018

Clean Harbors hosts household hazardous waste disposal

Household hazardous waste disposal is being offered again this year.  Lambton County, in conjunction with Clean Harbors Canada Ltd. will host six household hazardous waste collections in the coming months.  There will be no charge for this service.

The collections will be held on Saturdays on the following dates:  April 28; May 26; June 30; September 29; and October 27.

Materials accepted include:  batteries, drain and oven cleaners, pesticides, rat poison, pharmaceuticals, cleaning fluids, pool chemicals, ammonia, bleach, aerosols, gasoline, paints, barbecue starter, oil, solvents, and propane cylinders.

Materials not accepted include:  PCBs, commercial, infectious, radioactive, tires, explosives/ammunitions including flares.

Please note, commercially generated hazardous waste and containers larger then 20 litres or weighting more then 25kg (55lb) will NOT be accepted.

For more information, call the Household hazardous waste phone line at 519-845-0809, option 6.

Disposal of expired marine flares

Flares (pyrotechnics) are valid only for four years from their date of manufacture, which is printed on each flare.  They are one of six items not accepted by Clean Harbors.  To dispose of flares, take them to Sarnia Police Services, 555 Christina Street North in Sarnia.

Lambton OPP recommends boaters keep expired flares in a sealed plastic bag beneath new flares.  The expired flares may work in times of emergency although they may have lost some of their certified ranges.  Use them as backup of the new flares fail to attract attention during emergencies.


October 27, 2018