SBWP Costs & Procedures

Link to the SBWP fee schedule 

Use of the SBWP requires an annual registration fee of $50. This fee helps cover administrative costs and helps to bring educational opportunities to the general public on the safe handling of hazardous waste.

Disposal cost for hazardous waste varies based on the type of material and is based on the cost paid by Cinder Lake Landfill. Handling and evaluation fees may apply. Estimated Fee Schedule is subject to change.

Accepted Waste

Hazardous Products Center Tour
  • Automotive Products
    • Antifreeze
    • Batteries
    • Brake fluid
    • Gasoline
    • Lubricants
    • Motor oil
    • Transmission fluid
    • Waxes
  • Household Products
    • Aerosols
    • Batteries
    • Propane canisters, 1 liter or smaller
    • Cleaners
    • Detergents
    • Nail Products
  • Electronics
    • Cell phones
    • Computer towers
    • DVD / VCR players
    • Monitors
    • Peripherals (mice, cords, keyboards)
    • Stereos
    • Televisions
  • Gardening Products
    • Fertilizers
    • Fungicides
    • Herbicides
    • Insecticides
    • Pesticides
    • Poisons
  • Industrial Waste Chemicals
    • Acids
    • Bases
    • Flammables
    • Oxidizers
  • Painting Products
    • Additives
    • Latex and oil-based paints
    • Shellac
    • Solvents
    • Stains
    • Thinners
    • Varnishes
  • Fluorescent Lamps and Ballasts
    • Compact fluorescent lightbulbs (CFL's)
    • PCB Ballasts and Non-PCB Ballasts
    • Unbroken Fluorescent bulbs

Unaccepted Waste

  • Ammunition
  • Asbestos material
  • Biohazardous waste
  • Broken fluorescent lamps
  • Compressed gas containers larger than 1 liter
  • Explosives
  • Flares
  • General trash
  • Medical waste
  • Medications
  • Mixed waste
  • Recyclables
  • Needles
  • Containers larger than 5 gallons
  • Radioactive materials


Use original containers and labels whenever possible to decrease the risks of spills and exposure. If the container is compromised in any way, use a secondary container to contain the spill. In addition, bring a copy of any SDS's that pertain to your particular waste. This will cut down the amount of time needed to investigate your hazardous materials.

At the HPC, you will be asked to sign a waste inventory form, stating that you or your driver delivered the hazardous waste to our facility and verify any information we have acquired is correct. HPC staff will then off-load, weigh, and segregate all waste delivered.

As the waste generator, it is the responsibility of the VSQG to follow all applicable regulations regarding identification and transportation of waste to ensure safe and secure delivery of properly labeled and inventoried waste as required by the U.S. Department of Transportation.

The City of Flagstaff shall not be responsible for any costs and/or liability associated with the VSQG's failure to comply with these requirements or applicable federal laws.