For program details please view the Household Hazardous Waste/E-Waste Information Flyer.
Did you know that each person in the United States produces an average of eleven pounds of hazardous waste per year? That’s 1.6 million tons! Always try to use up the entire hazardous product, and opt for safe alternatives in the future.
To dispose of household hazardous waste (HHW), Incline Village and Crystal Bay residents may drop off the material at the WASTE NOT Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Center.
Location: 1220 Sweetwater Rd. Turn left at the second driveway on left labeled "Public Works". The Waste Not Household Hazardous Waste Container is located on the left (west side) of the Public Works Building. Please ring the bell on the HHW container or let the front desk know when you need assistance.
Hours: Tuesdays & Thursdays 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm. Call the WASTE NOT HOTLINE at (775) 832-1284 for more information.
Price: FREE for District Residents
Now accepting Computer and Electronic Waste at no charge!
Televisions: Now recycling televisions ($5 to $15 fee is requested; based on size). Please contact Waste Not at 775-832-1284 for details.
What is a Household Hazardous Waste? A receptacle that contains or once held toxic chemicals and is capable of contaminating soil, surface water, and ground water is considered a hazardous waste. Chemicals labeled flammable, toxic, explosive, and poisonous are especially hazardous if they are improperly stored, accumulate in one place or site, dumped in a storm drain, or emptied into a sewer.
Accepted items include:
Acids, aerosols, ammonia-based cleaners, bug spray, Drain-O, fertilizer, flammable liquids, gasoline, herbicides, lye, mothballs, oxidizers, paints, pesticides, poisons, solvents.
Items not accepted:
Motor Oil, Antifreeze, Car Batteries, Sharps Waste- Contact Waste Management at 831-2971 to dispose of these materials. Waste Not does not accept pharmaceuticals but can educate you on how to dispose of them properly by calling 832-1284.
For items we are unable to accept please refer to our Community Recycling Guide.
Quick Links and Additional Information
- Waste Management - Trash & Recycling Collection Information and Recycling Schedule
- EPA Household Hazardous Waste Management
- EPA Information on HHW
- Household Products Database (part of the National Institutes of Health & National Library of Medicine)
- Northern Nevada Recycling Guide
- What Can Be Recycled?: A List of 200+ Items