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HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE
Products labeled Danger, Warning, or Caution all contain hazardous chemicals and cannot be thrown away in your trash.
Meridian residents can drop off household hazardous waste free of charge every Monday (except major holidays) between 12:00 noon and 7:00 P.M. in the SSC parking lot, 2130 W. Franklin Road (between Linder and Ten Mile).
Click here to view all HHW collection sites within Ada County.
Items that can be dropped off include:
* Console televisions and televisions larger than 27 inches are only accepted at the HHW Permanent collection Facility at the Ada County Landfill. For more information, please call 577-4736.
Items that cannot be dropped off include
Meridian residents can dispose of their out-of-date and/or unused prescription drugs at the Meridian Police Department between 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday.
The Household Hazardous Waste Homebound Program offers convenient at-home collection of household hazardous waste to elderly and physically challenged residents who are unable to transport their household hazardous waste to an established collection site.
This service is available free to all Ada County residents aged 18 and over who have a physical limitation or medical condition that prevents them from driving and do not have access to assistance from others to transport their hazardous waste to an established collection site.
For more information, please call Sanitary Services Co. at 888-3999.
If you are a business owner in Ada County with hazardous waste to dispose of, please visit the Hidden Hollow Sanitary Landfill website.