1. Appliances & White Goods

    The term "White Goods" refers to appliances such as refrigerators, stoves, water heaters, dishwashers, compactors, etc.

  2. Asbestos

    Asbestos can pose a health threat when it is damaged or moved, therefore it is highly recommended that you contact an asbestos removal professional if you need to dispose of it.

  3. Batteries

    What to do with batteries - all types.

  4. Dehumidifiers

    Options for proper disposal of dehumidifiers and other devices containing refrigerants.

  5. Mercury

    Proper handling instructions and disposal options.

  6. Paint

    Learn the proper way to recycle or dispose of paints in Lake County.

  7. Sharps / Needles Disposal

    Disposal option and guidelines.

  8. Shredding Opportunities

    Local opportunities for paper shredding.

  9. Smoke & Fire Alarms/Detectors

    Smoke and fire alarms/detectors are not accepted at SWALCO collection programs. Other disposal options are available.

  10. Light Bulbs - All Types

    Disposal options for typical household light bulbs.

  11. Plastic Film & Bags

    Disposal options and methods for common household batteries.

  12. Single-Use Propane Canisters