For Easton Residents, Household Hazardous Waste Day on May 31

Easton, Monroe and Trumbull residents may go to the household hazardous waste pickup event in Trumbull. Here's what they will and wont accept.

Trumbull Public Works is holding a hazardous waste collection on Saturday, May 31, for Trumbull, Monroe and Easton residents.

Residents can bring up to 20 gallons/pounds of waste per household to 307 Indian Ledge Park Drive, next to the BMX park. (To be allowed to drop items off, you must be able to prove residency with a Connecticut driver’s license.)

Materials should be in their original containers (packed in boxes and padded with newspaper to remain upright, if necessary) and tightly closed.

The Public Works Department gave the following lists of waste that will be accepted and what won’t, however they reserve the right to refuse unidentified materials and large amounts of hazardous waste.

Accepted Materials

Oil Based Paints & Strippers
Paint Thinner, Solvents, Stains & Varnishes
Solvent Adhesives
Lighter Fluid
Waste Fuels (Kerosene, Gasoline)
Engine Degreaser
Carburetor Cleaner, Brake Fluid
Transmission Fluid
Pesticides & Insecticides
Weed Killers, Moth Balls
Flea Powder
Resins & Adhesives
Rubber Cement, Airplane Glue
Hobby Supplies, Artist Supplies
Photo Chemicals, Chemistry Sets
Furniture, Floor & Metal Polishes
Oven, Toilet & Drain Cleaners
Dry Cleaning Solvents
Spot Removers
Swimming Pool Chemicals
Fluorescent Light Bulbs
Mercury Thermometers

What Not to Bring

Latex Paint (can be solidified and thrown in the trash)
Ammunition, Fireworks, Explosives
Radioactives, Smoke Detectors
Infectious & Biological Wastes
Empty Containers
Compressed Gas Cylinders, Propane Tanks
Items accepted at TEaM Transfer Station at 101 Spring Hill Road:
  • Tires
  • Antifreeze
  • Waste Motor Oil
  • Car Batteries
  • Household Alkaline Batteries
  • Cooking Oil


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