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Hazardous Waste Disposal      
(800) 237-2583 or www.wastefreesd.org

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Residents can dispose of household toxics at the South Bay Regional Household Hazardous Waste Collection facility, located at:

Public Works Center

1800 Maxwell Road

(second entrance, just past parking lot)

Chula Vista, CA 91911

Wednesdays and Saturdays

9:00 am to 1:00 pm

Closed the Saturday after Thanksgiving and the last two weeks of December

City of San Diego residents are not accepted in Chula Vista. Call (858) 694-7000 to make an appointment in San Diego.

County of San Diego residents accepted only on Saturdays. Call 1-877-R-1-Earth or 1-877-713-2784.  www.wastefreesd.org


Bring a valid California Driver's License, I.D. or a recent utility bill with a South Bay area address. Acceptable materials include household items labeled "toxic" or "hazardous," as well as the following items:

 • Paints • Pesticides  
 • Fertilizers • Pool chemicals
 • Photo chemicals • Motor oil
 • Florescent lights • Dry cell batteries
 • Fuels • Cooking oil
 • Sharps/needles • Electronics

POLLUTION PREVENTION

It’s easy to be green. Properly dispose of paint, motor oil and hazardous waste. Keep them out of trash cans and storm drains. A helpful tip from Chula Vista Clean Businesses. Live green, shop green.

Make sure lids are on tightly and place containers in a sturdy cardboard box or plastic tub lined with two or more heavy-duty trash bags.  Make sure the load is placed securely in the back or in the trunk before traveling to the facility.  The California Department of Transportation limits the transport of household hazardous waste to 15 gallons or 125 pounds per vehicle.   Please drive safely!

Free home pick-up is available to disabled or elderly residents.  Call (619) 691-5122 to schedule a pick-up.

Avoid hazardous waste costs in the future!  Buy alternative non-toxic products when possible.  When buying toxic products, buy only what you need and use it according to the instructions on the container.

For disposal of hazardous waste from your business, call (619) 691-5122.

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