Brockville's Hazardous Waste Drop Off
You can drop off your hazardous waste for free on Saturday.
Only household items can be dropped off. The city won't be accepting any medical, explosives or commercial waste.
Examples of items you can drop off are household and car batteries, pool chemicals, paints, solvants thinners, and stains. As well as propane tanks, lightbulbs and herbicides and pesticides motor oil, lubricants, antifreeze, and oil filters.
Drop off times run from 8am until 2pm at the Centennial Youth Arena.
To drop it off you have to be from Brockville, and they may require ID. The next chance for Leeds-Grenville residents to drop off hazardous waste is in South Grenville on September 22nd.
Household Hazardous Waste Day: Sat., Sept. 8th - For residents of Brockville to drop off free-of-charge any hazardous materials generated from their individual households. Located at the #Brockville Centennial Youth Arena - 138 Broadway Ave. #XBR #Waste pic.twitter.com/bUFux0DZXm— City of Brockville (@BrockvilleON) September 5, 2018
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