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The Medina County Solid Waste District has begun its new program for residents wishing to dispose of household hazardous waste. The MCSWD announced earlier this year that instead of hosting local collection days twice a year as it has in the past, it would establish a year-round hazardous waste program located at its Central Processing Facility (CPF) at 8700 Lake Road in Seville.

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Below is a list of the materials and when they are accepted:

Acceptable HHW materials

Monday & Wednesday, 8:30 am-4:30 pm
Saturday, 7 am-noon

Flammable liquids/solids

  • oil-based paints and stains
  • aerosol cans
  • turpentine, paint thinner, solvents
  • gasoline, diesel, kerosene
  • adhesives
  • lighter fluid
  • butane lighter fuel
  • oil filters
  • roofing tar
  • hydraulic oil, gear oil, transmission fluid
Other

  • highway flares
Non-flammable liquids/solids

  • latex-based paint and stains
  • drywall compound
  • asphalt paving
  • concrete mix
Reactives

  • fertilizers
  • pool chlorine
  • oxidizers
Cylinders

  • automotive style freon tanks
  • fire extinguishers
Poisons/toxins

  • household bleach
  • antifreeze
  • herbicides, pesticides
  • mercury and mercury devices
  • concrete sealers
Corrosives

  • acids
  • caustics
  • hydraulic brake fluid
  • oven cleaners

Non-acceptable HHW materials

  • ammunition
  • asbestos-containing materials
  • building materials, construction/demolition debris
  • biomedical/infectious waste
  • explosives
  • out-of-county residential materials
  • radioactive materials
  • ammunition
  • asbestos-containing materials
  • building materials, construction/demolition debris
  • biomedical/infectious waste
  • explosives
  • out-of-county residential materials
  • radioactive materials

Specialty wastes

Monday through Friday, 6 am-4:30 pm
Saturday, 7 am-noon

Free items

  • alkaline dry cell batteries
  • rechargeable batteries
  • button batteries
  • lead acid batteries
  • other miscellaneous batteries
  • laptops, towers, keyboards, mice, cords and printers
  • cell phones
  • flat screen monitors
  • barbecue and TV style propane tanks
  • camping style propane tanks
  • helium tanks
  • oxygen tanks
  • acetylene tanks
  • flat screen televisions

Items with a charge

  • glass screen monitors
  • straight fluorescent tubes 4′
  • straight fluorescent tubes 8′
  • U-shaped, circular and odd-shaped lamps
  • compact fluorescent lamps
  • high intensity discharge (HID) bulbs: HPS, MH & MV
  • ballasts and transformers from all fluorescent light fixtures
  • tires up to and including 16.5″ diameter (rim size) *
  • large tires (tractor/trailer) *
  • off-road tires *
  • glass tube screen televisions 19″ or smaller
  • glass tube screen televisions 20″ or larger
* 10 tires per person limit
Please remember, materials can be accepted from Medina County residents only. For more information, call the MCSWD offices at 330-769-0289, or go to www.recyclemedinacounty.com.

If you’d like to download a printable listing of the above information, click here.

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