Saturday, October 28, 2017 9 a.m.- 2 p.m. at Volunteer State Community College 1480 Nashville Pike 615-452-1114
Any Tennessee resident is allowed to dispose of household hazardous waste. Now is your chance to dispose of all of those left over household chemicals and other materials you don't know what to do with.
Things to bring
Household Cleaners Drain openers Oven cleaners Wood, metal cleaners and polishes Toilet bowl cleaners Disinfectants
Automotive Products Oil and Fuel Additives Grease and Rust Solvents Air conditioning refrigerants Starter fluids Cleaners Body Putty Antifreeze/Coolants Used Oil Carburetor and fuel injector cleaners
Home Maintenance Products Paint thinner Paint strippers Adhesives Latex and Oil-Based Paint (NOT ACCEPTED)*
Lawn and Garden Products Herbicides Pesticides Fungicides
Miscellaneous Lithium, button or rechargeable batteries Fingernail polish remover Pool Chemicals Medicines Aerosols
Small amounts of latex paint can be dried up and thrown away in the regular garbage. Also, alkaline batteries are no longer manufactured with mercury and should be thrown away in the trash.