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April 10, 2021 IEPA Household Hazardous Waste Event

Update 3/24/2021: Online registration is now full; however, if you would like to be placed on the waiting list, please email your mailing address and phone number to recycling@champaignil.gov or call Champaign County at 217-819-4127.

This IEPA-sponsored One-Day HHW Collection event is open to all Illinois residents.

Residents must register to attend this event!   The online registration is open at hhwevent.simplybook.me.

The IEPA One-Day HHW Collection event will be held at a designated Market Place Mall parking lot in Champaign. Participants registering will select a 15-minute appointed time to arrive, between 8AM and 3PM.  An entry ticket and details will be provided to all those who register online by email and/or text immediately upon completion. (If you do not automatically receive a confirmation email and/or text, then your registration is not complete. Please go back and review it and make sure you are not missing anything.)

Additional Information or Help to Register Online: If you have questions about the event or would like assistance in registering online to attend, please contact Champaign County Recycling Coordinator Susan Monte at smonte@co.champaign.il.us or (217) 819-4127.

For more information about this event, please visit the event website hhwevent.simplybook.me.  Reminder, the site updates dynamically as slots are filled. If there are no slots available please check back the following day. The site resets when all spots are filled.

Acceptable HHW Items: Oil-based paints, paint thinners, herbicides, insecticides, pesticides, old gasoline, pool chemicals, cleaning products, mercury, household batteries, lead-acid batteries, used motor oil, drain cleaners, lawn chemicals, solvents, antifreeze, hobby chemicals, aerosol paints, fluorescent lamp bulbs, old and outdated medicines and pharmaceuticals.

Non-Acceptable Items: Latex-based paints, agricultural chemicals, business/commercial sector wastes, institutional wastes, explosives, fireworks, propane tanks, smoke detectors, farm machinery oil, fire extinguishers, controlled substances, needles and potentially infectious medical wastes.

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