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Many retailers also accept rechargeable batteries For additional locations, call 800-8-BATTERY, or check earth911.org. Earth911
Large quantities are accepted only at the staffed HCRC facilities. The fuel must be from your own, personal use boat or generator. Please note: We do not allow siphoning on our property, nor will we empty a drum for you.
Electronics often contain small amounts of hazardous materials such as mercury and lead that are completely safe within the product but may pose environmental risks when disposed. Fortunately electronics are also easily recycled.
The SWA has a fee-based program for what are known as "Very Small Quantity Generators" (VSQG). You must complete and submit an application and an inventory of your material must be received before you can schedule a delivery. For more information on this program see the Small Business disposal area in this website or call 561-687-1100.