Are you looking to dispose of any of the following hazardous materials? 

•Oil-based paints (latex paint is not hazardous and can be thrown out normally) 
•Car or household batteries 
•Drain cleaners 
•Pool chemicals 

These items, among many others, are all hazardous materials and they must be 
disposed of properly. Dangerous to our health and/or to the environment, these 
materials should not be thrown out with your normal trash. 

Baltimore City will be collecting hazardous waste on Friday, September 6th, and 
Saturday, September 7th. If you are looking to dispose of any of those 
materials, now is your chance. 

Unfortunately, certain items cannot be collected by this program including 
asbestos, ammunition, fire extinguishers, industrial and medical wastes, and 
radioactive materials like smoke alarms with a radioactive symbol. 

Hazardous waste disposal is a service provided only to Baltimore City 
residents. Residents must show proof of residency and must be able to identify 
the item/s they are disposing. Additionally, businesses and private haulers 
cannot use this service and must contact a certified vendor to dispose of any 
hazardous wastes. 

Hazardous waste drop-offs will be held: 

Friday, September 6th 
Saturday, September 7th 
9:00am – 5:00pm 
Northwest Citizens Convenience Center 
2840 Sisson St 
Baltimore, MD 21265 

Future drop-off days: 
Friday, October 4th 
Saturday, October 5th 
9:00am – 5:00pm 

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