Household Hazardous Waste

The City's Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program provides Chino residents and residents of San Bernardino County with a safe and convenient disposal option for common household products containing chemicals. These chemicals can pollute our air, property and drinking water, as well as potentially harm children, pets and local wildlife. Click here for flyer.

HHW Tips

Household Hazardous Waste cannot be disposed of as solid waste (trash), or in sewers or recycling programs because of their potential dangers. The labels of common HHW materials usually contain words such as:

DANGER WARNING CORROSIVE

POISON CAUTION FLAMMABLE

EXPLOSIVE OXIDIZER IRRITANT

HARMFUL FATAL


Acceptable & Unacceptable Items

The following items are accepted:
Electronic waste
Household generated motor oil & oil filters
Antifreeze & gasoline
Auto & household batteries
Pesticides & fertilizers
Paint products; inc. thinners & stains
Chemical cleaners
Outdated medications (no controlled substances)
Pool & hobby supplies
Fluorescent bulbs & tubes
Thermostats
Mercury thermostats
Mercury gauges
Non-empty aerosol cans
Tires (on & off the rim)


The following items are not accepted:
Sharps (Needles, Syringes, and Lancets)
Business wastes
Explosives
Medical wastes
Radioactive wastes
Yard wastes
Appliances (large)
Furniture
Reactives
Asbestos

Location

Public Works Service Center 
5050 Schaefer Ave., Chino 91710
Open the 2nd and 4th Saturday of each month
*Closed the 4th Saturday of December 
8am to 1pm

For information on other centers in San Bernardino County please visit tootoxictotrash.com .

HHW can also be taken to other locations within the County. 

Visit tootoxictotrash.com to obtain site information and hours of operation. 

Sharps

Thousands of needles are dangerously thrown into the trash every day. Disposing of needles/syringes and lancets pose a serious health risk to sanitation workers, children, neighbors, pets and the community. Used needles and lancets are dangerous because they can injure people and spread diseases such as HIV/AIDS and hepatitis. In response to the potential hazard, the City of Chino and Waste Management have implemented a convenient SHARPS mail back disposal program. 

SHARPS Disposal by Mail System consists of:

1. Specifically designed SHARPS container 
2. Pre-paid shipping box 
3. Instructions for use 

To participate in the program, please call Waste Management at 
(800) 423-9986 to order your kit. The first container is free, all others have a $5 co-pay. 

County of San Bernardino Home-Generated SHARPS Program

The following local Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Collection Facilities accept home-generated SHARPS in approved containers from San Bernardino County residents only.

1430 S. Cucamonga Street
Ontario, CA 91761
Friday & Saturday, 9AM to 2PM

San Bernardino, CA 92408
San Bernardino International Airport
2824 East "W" Street
Monday - Friday, 9AM to 2PM

Replacement containers are available at these facilities.

Call 1-800-OILY-CAT (645-9228) for updated information on the proper disposal of home-generated SHARPS.

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