Household Hazardous Waste Pickup
The doorstep Household Hazardous Waste collection is a popular program provided by HHW Solutions. The service is provided as part of a flat fee of $1.13 each month on residential utility bills and offers residents the opportunity to clear out their sheds or garages of hazardous waste items such as paints, batteries, used motor oil, lawn and gardening items, and household cleaners without having to wait for and drive to special events to safely dispose of these items.
Pickup days are the fourth Monday of each month beginning Monday, March 28, 2022.
To schedule a pickup, visit the HHW Solutions website. On the website, select "Schedule a Pickup", then select "Lago Vista". The next available collection day will be shown at the top of the page. Complete the contact information form and select "Submit". Or if you would prefer, you may call HHW Solutions at 888-694-4978 or 888-MY-HHW-PU.
Please visit the HHW Solutions website for all FAQs and procedures to ensure pickup.
- Chemicals must be in their original labeled containers, except used motor oil and cooking oil.
- All items must have spill-proof lids
- Collect oil in a container with a screw-top lid.
- All Items must have easily read labels
- For small sized containers, items must fit into a box no larger than 20 inches by 14 inches by 14 inches in size.
- Please note that items set out without scheduling, will not be collected.
- Used motor oil and used cooking oil (Screw top lid)
- Batteries of all kinds
- Paint of all kinds
- Light bulbs of all kinds
- Household cleaners
- Aerosol cans
- Automotive fluids and fuels
- Lawn and garden items including
- fertilizer, pesticides and weed killers
- Pool chemicals and additives
- Varnishes, strippers,
- turpentine and stains
- Glues and epoxies
Items Not Accepted
- Business/commercial waste
- Chemicals not in original containers
- Medical waste/infectious waste/sharps
- Nuclear/radioactive waste
- Propane and butane cylinders
- Radioactive materials
- Tires and trash
- Unidentified chemicals