Transfer Station

Hazardous Waste Info

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Hazardous Waste

Americans generate approximately 1.6 million tons of household hazardous waste per year. When improperly disposed of, household hazardous waste can create a potential risk to people and the environment.

Hazardous waste including solvents, chemicals, cleaners, automotive fluids, pesticides, herbicides, certain paints, and many other items found in basements, under kitchen sinks and in garages and storage closets cannot be accepted at the Transfer Station.

These items may be taken to the Asotin County Landfill at 2901 6th Avenue in Clarkston, WA. They accept household hazardous waste on Wednesdays and the 1st and 3rd Saturdays. There is a quantity limit of 10 gallons or 20 containers that would be equivalent to 10 gallons. There is no charge for household waste. Businesses must register and there is a fee for business waste.