Sept. 18: Wilton Hazardous Waste Collection Day
Town of Wilton Residents Only, Pre-Registration Required
The town of Wilton is holding a hazardous waste collection event for residents to dispose of toxic household substances. Many home and garden products contain potentially dangerous chemicals that need to be disposed of safely. These toxins are usually found in items used in basements, kitchens, garages, storage sheds and bathrooms.
WHAT: Town of Wilton Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day
WHEN: Saturday, September 18, 2021. All participants must pre-register no later than September 8th.
WHERE: Wilton Town Highway Department – 20 Traver Road, Wilton, NY | Directions
WHO: Town of Wilton residents only. Proof of residency is required.
CONTACT: Nancy Riely, Wilton Town Hall (518) 587-1939 ext. 239
MORE INFORMATION: Townofwilton.com
- Oil base paints
- Transmission & brake fluid
- Flammable liquids
- Non-latex driveway sealer
- Fluorescent light tubes
- Rechargeable Batteries – Are part of the take back program
- Car Batteries – Are part of the take back program or call a scrap metal yard
- Used Oil – Are part of the take back program.
- LATEX Paint – need to solidify then dispose in household trash
- Tires – Town of Moreau Transfer Station for a fee
- Propane Tanks – Call Home Depot, Lowes or others that sell propane
- Fire Extinguishers – Fully discharged can go in your recycling bin
- Alkaline Batteries – Are no longer hazardous & can go in the trash
- Wireless phones
- Air conditioners
- Smoke detectors
- Bulk metal
- Medical waste
- Construction debris
OTHER WAYS TO RESPONSIBLY DISPOSE OF MATERIALS
- If the item is part of the take back program (Rechargeable Batteries, Car Batteries, Used Oil) then the vendor that sells them must take them back.
- Town of Queensbury Transfer Station, Luzerne Road 518-745-4478
- Town of Moreau Transfer Station 518-798-8126
- Saratoga County Transfer & Recycling Station 518-581-1430
- Best Buy 518-583-1785
- Home Depot 518-581-6480
- For additional recycle information go to sustainablesaratoga.org
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