On recrute !
Town of Brookline
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Opening day HHP facility 002Brookline Household Hazardous Recycling Drop Off Center

815 Newton St, Chestnut Hill, MA

OpenThursday May 1 2014  7:30am to 12:30pm

And open every Thursday Thru October  2014

Last day Is Thursday October 31st 2014 

May Thru October

May be closed due to inclement weather

TOWN OF BROOKLINE RESIDENTS ONLY—PROOF OF RESIDENCY REQUIRED
BE PREPARED TO WAIT—FREE DROP OFF SERVICE— NO COMMERCIAL WASTE ACCEPTED

 RESIDENTS WITH MORE THAN A TRUNKLOAD MUST MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
DURING OUR OPEN SEASON
Ed Gilbert (617) 879-4908 or egilbert@brooklinema.gov
 NO LATEX PAINT WILL BE ACCEPTED

 

WHAT TO BRING…

From the HouseFrom the GarageFrom the YardFrom the Workbench
Filled Aerosol Cans Fuels, gasoline, kerosene Pesticides Oil base paints
Mercury containing products Antifreeze and used motor oil Insecticides Wood preservatives
Cleaners, spot removers, polishes Engine degreaser Fungicides Paint strippers/thinners
Photo chemicals Brake and transmission fluid Poisons Solvents and varnishes
Chemistry sets Carburetor cleaner Chemical fertilizers Lighter fluid
Oven, drain, toilet cleaners Car polish Weed killers Sealants
Hobby/artist supplies Driveway sealer Propane Tanks  Adhesive, glue and resins
Mothballs Car batteries
Flea collar products Pool chemicals
TVs, CRTs, Electronics Tires
Light Bulbs, CFLs

WHAT NOT TO BRING…

DO NOT BRING LATEX PAINT.
LATEX PAINT MAY BE DRIED OUT AND PLACED IN TRASH.
Empty aerosol cans Smoke detectors
Commercial/ industrial waste Construction materials
Compressed gas cylinders Radioactive waste
Ammunition, fireworks, explosives Empty containers
Prescription medicines Non-hazardous materials
Infectious/ biological wastes Asbestos
Butane, other flammable gases PCBs

HOW TO TRANSPORT THESE MATERIALS SAFELY

  • Leave materials in original container
  • Tighten caps and lids
  • Sort and pack separately
  • Never mix chemicals
  • Do not place waste in a garbage bag
  • Never smoke while handling hazardous material
  • Put containers in sturdy upright boxes/ pad with newspaper