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Winter Park Hazardous Waste Disposal Day is coming

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Waste Pro and the City of Winter Park are offering free e-waste and household hazardous waste disposal for all city residents on Saturday, September 26, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Public Works Compound on Howell Branch Road [GMap].

This is a safe way for residents to dispose of the following items:

  • fertilizers & pesticides            
  •  antifreeze
  • propane tanks
  • paint thinners
  • wet latex paint (dry latex paint is not hazardous waste and can go in trash)
  • oil based paint (can be wet or dry)
  •  non-alkaline batteries (regular alkaline batteries can go in trash)
  • gasoline
  • used engine oil
  • pool chemicals
  • household chemicals
  • tires (maximum of four)
  • used motor oil
  •  e-waste (computers, televisions, VCRs, DVD players, FAX machines, CD players & stereos)

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Waste Pro and the City of Winter Park are offering free e-waste and household hazardous waste disposal for all city residents on Saturday, September 26, from 8 a.m. to noon at the Public Works Compound on Howell Branch Road [GMap].

This is a safe way for residents to dispose of the following items:

  • fertilizers & pesticides            
  •  antifreeze
  • propane tanks
  • paint thinners
  • wet latex paint (dry latex paint is not hazardous waste and can go in trash)
  • oil based paint (can be wet or dry)
  •  non-alkaline batteries (regular alkaline batteries can go in trash)
  • gasoline
  • used engine oil
  • pool chemicals
  • household chemicals
  • tires (maximum of four)
  • used motor oil
  •  e-waste (computers, televisions, VCRs, DVD players, FAX machines, CD players & stereos)