The Household Chemical Roundup will be on Saturday, Sept. 9. For information on our recycling opportunities throughout the year, click here .
Are you moving, recently renovated your house, or have car projects? Do you have products such as pesticides, paint, automotive products, household cleaners or other items that can be considered household hazardous waste? Not sure what to do with them? Attend the Household Chemical Roundup, held from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m, and safely and efficiently recycle or dispose of those items that can be harmful to people, pets and the environment -- or just difficult to get rid of.
The roundup is held at the Aurora Central Facilities, 13645 E. Ellsworth Ave. – one block north of Alameda and Potomac. Open only to Aurora residents, participants must show proof of residency with a driver’s license, utility bill or other identification with an Aurora address. The event is free, although donations are appreciated, and there is a $3 fee to dispose of each tire. Business waste, medical/biological waste, ammunition, propane tanks, and explosives are not allowed.
What do we take? Check our list of accepted household waste.
If you're interested in volunteering, you can bring your materials without waiting in line, plus we'll provide lunch and a token of our appreciation.
To volunteer or for more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 303.739.7372.