Medical Waste, Electronics, Cell Phones
Medical Waste, Needles & Syringes
NEVER throw needles or syringes in the garbage or recycling. They can pose a serious threat to curious children, pets and Waste Management Staff.
Most are pharmacies accept used needles and syringes. Please call to confirm packaging requirements before dropping them off. These items can also be disposed of free of charge at any Household Hazardous Waste Depot. Place them in a sealed container such as a pop bottle or glass jar. DO NOT BRING THEM IN LOOSE.
Other non-hazardous medical waste such as IV tubing, IV bags, latex gloves, paper gowns, blood soaked linens, absorbent products etc., should be put in your household garbage.
Want to dispose of unwanted and outdated electronics?
Bring your electronics to any of the four Household Hazardous Waste Depots (free of charge) when they are open between April and October. See the Hazardous Waste page for dates and hours.
Examples of acceptable items include VCRs, cell phones, fax machines, stereos, computers and monitors, televisions, answering machines, camcorders, and more.