How to Recycle Liquid Hazardous Household Waste!

Liquid household hazardous waste (HHW) is helpful for their intended uses, but can harm the environment, especially when disposed of incorrectly. To prevent groundwater and drinking water contamination, please read further to find the best and easiest way to dispose of your unwanted household hazardous waste!

Cleaners, Solvents, Polishes, Repellants, and More!

Liquid Household Hazardous Waste can range from the solutions you use on your countertops to those used to ward off pests in your yard. Check out the table below to see if the waste you're trying to discard is hazardous:

Indoor Solvents & Repellants
Kitchen & Bathroom Cleaners
Glass Cleaner
Drain Openers
Oven Cleaners
Rug & Upholstery Cleaners
Silver, Copper & Chrome Polishes
Flea Powder
Rodent Bait
Outdoor Solvents & Repellants
Weed Killers
Insect & Tick Repellents
Pesticide Combination Products
Slug Bait
Rose Dust
Wood Preservatives
Lawn Fertilizer

Where To Recycle Unwanted Liquid Household Waste

To ensure that materials are disposed of safely, the Charleston County Environmental Management Department has multiple convenience centers where Charleston County residents can take their unwanted HHW! 

Please note, convenience centers are available to Charleston County residents only.

Bees Ferry Convenience Center

7:30am - 6:00pm (Mon. - Sat.) & 1:00pm - 6:00pm (Sun.)

Signal Point Road Convenience Center

10:00am - 6:00pm (Tues. - Sat.)