Household Hazardous Waste Collection Locations

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Acceptable Materials For Recycling

  • Automotive fluids (antifreeze, motor oil)
  • Batteries (home & car)
  • Cooking Oil
  • Cosmetics
  • E-Waste (televisions, computers, printers, etc.)
  • Fertilizers and Pesticides
  • Fuels
  • Herbicides
  • Household cleaners
  • Medicines
  • Paint products
  • Polishes and waxes
  • Pool and spa chemicals
  • Propane barbecues tanks
  • Unused road flares


Do NOT Bring

  • Ammunition and explosives
  • Asbestos
  • Biological materials
  • Business-generated materials
  • Compressed gas cylinders
  • Radioactive materials

Resident Disposal Rules

    • Transport Limit – A maximum of 15 gallons or 125 pounds may be transported per vehicle, per trip.
    • Original Containers - Materials should be in original containers, except motor oil, fuels and antifreeze.
    • Seal it up – Place your items in a sturdy box, preferably in their original, labeled containers. All containers should have lids, not leak and be protected from breakage.
    • Keep it Simple – Do not combine types of waste, or mix oil-based paint with latex paint.
    • Be Sure to Ask -If you want a container returned, like oil containers and boxes or crates used to transport materials, please notify the collection attendant in advance. Some containers may not be returnable.

(ABOP) Collection Facilities

ABOP facilities accept the following household items only: Antifreeze, Batteries (automotive and household), Oil and Oil Filters, and Paint (latex only)

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Big River

County Fire Station 17
150260 Capistrano Way
1st Saturday of the month, 8-12


County Fire Station 4
27089 Helendale Road
2nd Saturday of the month, 8 - 12

Havasu Lake

County Fire Station
148808 Havasu Lake Road
1st Saturday of the month, 8-12

Lucerne Valley

Behind Fire Station
33269 Old Woman Springs Road
3rd Saturday of the month, 9-12

Got More Questions?

For more information on Household Hazardous Waste, please call (800) OILYCAT or (909) 382-5401. You can also visit the County Fire Department’s Website.