TOWN OF GUILDERLAND
HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE COLLECTION DAY
September 23rd • 8am-2pm
Guilderland Highway Department
6338 French’s Mill Road, Guilderland Center
Please follow these SAFETY PROCEDURES:
- All hazardous wastes must be in their original, labeled container
- Tighten caps and lids
- NEVER MIX CHEMICALS
- Sort and pack chemicals securely in a sturdy cardboard box; use newspaper or cardboard to keep items from tipping or hitting each other
- Wrap leaking containers in newspaper and place in plastic bags or large container. Place chemicals that may react with each other in separate parts of the car
- DO NOT leave product in a hot, unventilated vehicle for any extended period of time
- DO NOT smoke near chemicals
- At the collection site, please stay in your vehicle. Workers will unload the materials
The Town of Guilderland HHW collection program is partially financed with a grant from the NYS Department of Environmental Conservation.
WHO CAN PARTICIPATE?
Only Town of Guilderland residents can participate and only home-generated hazardous wastes are acceptable. A pass will be required which can be picked up at the Guilderland Transfer Station or the Town Clerks office.
A vehicle registration is required.
- Paints (oil base, latex)
- Wood Preservatives and Stains
- Thinners and Solvents
- Drain Cleaners
- Swimming Pool Chemicals
- Hobby Chemicals/Paints
- Automotive Fluids/Batteries
- Cleaning Products
- Fluorescent Light Bulbs
- Medical and Infectious Waste
- Radioactive Materials
- Controlled Substances
- Known Dioxins
- Compressed Gases (aerosols are okay)
- Commercial/Industrial Wastes
- Asbestos (double bag and bring to the Transfer Station)
- Empty Aerosols (throw in trash)
- Household Alkaline Batteries (throw in trash)
Started Our Towne Marketing in 2005. In addition to publishing Our Towne Guilderland each month we also provide print and web design services. Serves as a Board Member with the Guilderland Chamber of Commerce and a Member of the Ethics Board for the Town of Guilderland.
Lives in Guilderland with wife Kristen, son Ryan and daughter Kyra.