- Mar 25
Got stuff you don't want/need? Consider donating or selling items instead of tossing them in the trash. https://t.co/sWe2iEIzMN
- Mar 24
Did you know that household leaks can waste more than 1 trillion gallons of water annually nationwide?… https://t.co/t7dTmoZPlO
- Mar 23
Got batteries? https://t.co/wrvpJX1kQN
Does your business generate hazardous waste? Do you have leftover paint, pesticides, cleaning products, automotive fluids or other chemicals? Businesses can dispose of their hazardous waste though Yolo County’s Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Program at the Yolo County Central Landfill.
Please note: Businesses may NOT bring their batteries to the battery collection sites around town. Businesses may NOT bring their hazardous waste to Yolo County’s household hazardous waste drop-off days at the landfill. These programs are operated by Yolo County and are for residential generated batteries ONLY. Businesses may use the Yolo County Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Program to dispose of their hazardous waste.
Does your business have batteries from fire alarms or fluorescent light bulbs and tubes? These items, called Universal waste or U-Waste, are also illegal to throw away in the trash. For information about U-Waste, check out California Department of Toxic Substance Control’s Universal-Waste for Small Businesses Guide. Businesses may dispose of their U-Wastes and other hazardous wastes, such as pesticides, pool chemicals, cleaning products or paint, through the Yolo County Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator Program at the Yolo County Central Landfill.