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Having the HPC at the landfill is the most cost effective and efficient use of tax-payer dollars.
Residential Cell Phones and Consumer batteries (AA, AAA, C, D and rechargeable batteries) can be dropped off in the recycling bin located across from the restrooms at the main Public Library in downtown Flagstaff during open operating hours.
Compact Fluorescent Lamps (CFLs) can be dropped off at either Home Depot Location, The Lite Company (on Fourth Street) or the HomeCo Ace Home Center on Butler.
Electronics may be accepted at Staples (928) 214-8424 and Best Buy (928) 522-6141. Please call in advance for more information.
Old Fire extinguishers can be taken to Personnel Zee Safety. Call (928) 526-3130 for more information/directions.
BBQ Propane cylinders are accepted at Titan Propane. Call (928) 526-3147 for more information.
Securely transport your waste to the HPC to avoid it spilling or leaking. If a container is impaired and lost its integrity, please make sure to place the item in a secondary container or plug the leak. Leaky waste can react with other waste and pose a serious health or safety hazard to you and HPC staff. Inform HPC staff upon arrival for immediate assistance.
The HPC has a voluntary program for businesses. The Small Business Waste Program (SBWP) provides qualifying businesses located within Coconino County with a local, economical, and year-round facility for the acceptance of hazardous waste. Business must qualify as a Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generator (CESQG.)*
Contact the SBWP at 213-2159 or visit us online to determine program eligibility or to schedule an appointment. If your business does not currently qualify to participate in the SBWP, please contact HPC staff for alternative options.
Business waste includes waste from Property Managers, Property Management Companies, Landlords, Non-profits, Government Agencies and Schools.
If you wish to have your container returned, you may leave your container with your contact information at the HPC during open facility hours and staff will notify you when your gas container is available for pick-up.
Citizens Against Substance Abuse (CASA) in conjunction with law enforcement holds a sharps collection event twice a year; hold on to your sharps and dispose of them at the CASA event for safe and proper disposal. Please contact CASA at (928) 779.5361 for more information.
Or, after following ADEQ's instructions* for household sharps disposal, residents can dispose of their sharps in normal trash or at the Cinder Lake Landfill. For more information, please review ADEQ's Sharps brochure.
Citizens Against Substance Abuse (CASA) in conjunction with law enforcement holds a medication/drug disposal event twice a year; hold on to your old medications and dispose of them at the CASA event for safe and proper disposal. Please contact CASA at (928) 779.5361 for more information. Or after following ADEQ's Prescription Drug Disposal Brochure* medications / pharmaceuticals can be disposed of in normal trash with ultimate disposal occurring at the Cinder Lake Landfill.
ADEQ Prescription Drug Disposal Guidelines
Businesses are encouraged to contact Curie Environmental Services* to recycle ionization smoke detectors and other radioactive articles. Curie Environmental Services