Year Round Collection Sites—Paint, Electronics, and Fluorescent Lamps
Paint, Electronics, and Compact Fluorescent Bulbs (and tubes up to 4 feet) are accepted year-round at various locations in Lane County through on-going collection programs. Check out the websites below to find a location near you, or call 541-682-4120 for more information.
Oregon E-Cycles •
CFL Collection Sites—List of Participating Lighting and Hardware Stores
When disposed of improperly, some everyday items harm the quality of drinking water and cause other environmental damage. Keep your water supply safe and healthful—take a moment to gather your household hazardous waste and put it in its place.
SATURDAY, MARCH 15 • 9-2
at the OAKRIDGE FIRE STATION 45792 Hwy 58, Oakridge, OR
Sponsored by Lane County and Oakridge Fire Dept. Call 541-682-4120 for more information.
FRIDAY, APRIL 18 • 12-5 & SATURDAY, APRIL 19 • 8-2
at the FLORENCE TRANSFER SITE, 2820 N. Rhododendron Drive, Florence, OR
Sponsored by Lane County and the City of Florence. Call 541-997-8237 for more information.
SATURDAY MAY 31 • 8-2
at the SOUTH LANE FIRE AND RESCUE, 233 Harrison Street, Cottage Grove, OR
Sponsored by Lane County and South Lane Fire and Rescue. Call 541-682-4120 for more information.
If you can't make it to a rural roundup, the houshold hazardous waste facility in Eugene, at the Glenwood Receiving Station, is available year round. Call 541-682-3111 to make an appointment.
We Can Accept:
• Household cleaners
• Lawn and garden chemicals
• Car care products
• Arts and crafts products
• Other household hazardous waste
Limit is 35 gallons of waste in total from each household. Check labels for words like flammable, corrosive, poison, caution, and danger. For your safety it is always best to carry these items in a separate compartment (like the trunk of your car) with secured lids to eliminate spills in transport.
We Can't Accept:
• Empty containers
• Radioactive waste
• Explosives or electronics
For information about disposal of radioactive waste, asbestos, and explosives, call Lane County Waste Management Division at 541-682-3828. Up to seven (7) Covered Electronic Devices, CEDs, can be recycled for free at any one time at these 5 Lane County Transfer Stations: Glenwood, Cottage Grove, Florence, Veneta, and Vida during normal operating hours. Also, Lane County accepts sharps, oil, antifreeze and batteries of all types year-round at all refuse disposal sites.
NOTE: residential waste only—no commercial waste will be accepted.