Properly Dispose of Your Toxins

Free Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event

Disposal Event

Event Date: Saturday, February 18, 2023
Time: 9 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Location: Beaver Hill Transfer Site

1/4 mile south of Milepost 253, Highway 101, between Coos Bay and Bandon

 The collection event allows Coos and Curry County residents to safely dispose of a wide range of materials such as poisons, pesticides, solvents, fluorescent lights, pool chemicals, aerosol cans, caustic cleaners, mercury thermometers and flammable liquids.

This event is for household hazardous waste only.

No industrial or commercial wastes will be accepted.

If you are a business, we can provide a phone number and contact name to make an appointment for collection of these wastes.

Not accepted at this event

Ammunition, asbestos, explosives, fireworks, radioactive materials, medical wastes and Sharps. No large quantities of unknowns will be accepted. Please bring your household hazardous materials in the original containers with labels intact – do not mix products. Label materials not in their original containers. If unaware of specific product name, provide product category, such as pesticide or cleaning product, if possible. No containers larger than five gallons. Leaking containers should be placed inside a larger, plastic container with a tight-fitting lid. A non-flammable absorbent, such as kitty litter, should be placed around the bottom of the product to absorb any leaks. Label the container with the contents and date. All materials should be packed in a plastic-lined, sturdy cardboard box, secured to prevent spills and breakage. As an additional safety precaution, the materials should be placed in car trunks or in the back of trucks in route to the event.

Call for an appointment time with

Coos County Solid Waste Department at 541-396-7624

Make an appointment to drop off your household hazardous waste. Appointments should be made prior to the day of the event. Best time to call is Tuesday –Friday from 9 a.m. – 1 p.m. We are asking for appointments, so we do not have long traffic lines and we better able to avoid congestion on Highway 101.


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