Used motor oil can be recycled by taking to one of several Used Oil Collection Centers throughout the county.

Antifreeze can be dropped-off at no charge at the two Recycling Centers at no cost.

All other automotive fluids such as brake fluid, transmission fluid, etc. are hazardous materials. Please do not dispose of in the trash or down the drain; it is illegal and harmful to you and the environment. Fluids can be taken to HazMobile events that are held monthly around the county.

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1. Aerosol cans
2. Aluminum cans
3. Ammunition & Explosives
4. Antifreeze
5. Appliances, Small and Large
6. Asbestos (and presumed asbestos-containing materials)
7. Asphalt - Construction, Demolition, and Renovation Debris
8. Automotive Fluids
9. Batteries
10. Beds / Mattress
11. Beverage Containers
12. Bicycles (working, parts, or non-working)
13. Boats
14. Books (hard or soft cover)
15. Bottles (Beverage and Glass)
16. Bricks
17. Film Plastic/Stryofoam
18. Yard Waste