THE 2023 Jackson County EVENT IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY MAY 13TH
WHERE: 8001 Table Rock Rd., White City at the Rogue Transfer Station
WHEN: Household drop-off is Saturday, May 13th, from 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Qualifying businesses: Friday, May 12th by application and appointment only. Click HERE to get the application form.
COST: Households, no cost. Businesses costs are based on inventory of waste.
THE 2023 Josephine County EVENT IS SCHEDULED FOR SATURDAY JUNE 10TH
WHERE: 1385 Redwood Ave., Grants Pass
WHEN: Household drop-off is Saturday, June 10th, from 9:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Qualifying businesses: Friday, June 9th by application and appointment only. Contact Southern Oregon Sanitation to get an application.
COST: Households, no cost. Businesses costs are based on inventory of waste
These are drive through events. Just put your waste in your trunk, pop it open when you arrive, and the trained staff will unload all of your items for you so you don’t have to get out of your car.
Examples of what to bring
Cleaning supplies (window cleaner, drain cleaner, bathroom cleaner, anything containing bleach or ammonia)
Pesticides and insecticides
Swimming pool chemicals
Weed killers not currently approved for use
Old or toxic wood preservatives
Alkaline and rechargeable batteries
Thermostats containing mercury
What NOT to bring
No paint (see paintcare.org for more info)
No 55-gallon drums
No fluorescent light tubes (see Transfer Station for more info)
No medical or biological waste (see Medical Waste for more info)
No asbestos (see Asbestos for more info)
No propane tanks (see Transfer Station for more info)
No antifreeze (see Transfer Station for more info)
No radioactive materials
No commercial or industrial waste
No waste in containers larger than 5 gallons
While these materials are not accepted at the Household Hazardous Waste Event, many of them can be recycled for a fee at the Transfer Station. Learn more.
What about paint?
We do not accept paint at this event. Thanks to an Oregon law enacted in 2010, there are now local paint stores that will accept your latex and oil-based paints year-round. Go to paintcare.org and enter your zip code to find participating stores in your area. We recommend calling the store to make sure they have room to accept your paint before you visit.
Waste Prevention tips
Buy only what you need then use it up.
If you end up with products left over, share them with family, friends and neighbors. Read the labels before you buy. Watch for words like “danger,” “warning,” and “caution.” Follow the directions carefully. Whenever possible, consider using a safer alternative.
Dispose of these items safely—at our Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Off Event!