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- Hazardous Products Center (HPC)
Flagstaff Hazardous Products Center (HPC)
The Flagstaff Hazardous Products Center and the Cinder Lake Landfill will be closing early at 10:30 am on Wednesday, May 24th, 2023 to celebrate our hardworking employees in recognition of National Public Works Week.
Benefits to our Community
Constructed in 2002, the Flagstaff Hazardous Products Center (HPC) provides City of Flagstaff and Coconino County residents with a convenient and permanent facility for the disposal of Household Hazardous Waste (HHW).
With this service, the HPC helps divert more than 150-tons of Hazardous and Electronic Waste from entering the Cinder Lake Landfill per year.
The HPC reserves the right to refuse any waste or load that does not comply with the following guidelines.
Residential Waste Limit
The HPC will only accept 40 gallons worth of waste per household, per day; this is measured based on container size, not the content of the container (e.g. a 5-gallon bucket still counts as 5 gallons even if there is only 1 gallon of waste inside).
No container larger than 5 gallons will be accepted.
Residents exceeding the 40-gallon limit will be required to schedule an appointment for a later date.
For more information or to schedule an appointment, please call the HPC at 928-213-2159 or send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org
Businesses wishing to drop off hazardous waste must make an appointment. Please see the Small Business Waste Program for information.
The Hazardous Products Center has strict rules that residents must follow to utilize the facility and its programs. Failure to follow these guidelines will result in being prohibited from using the HPC's services in the future. They are as follows:
- Obey all posted signage and personnel on site
- No smoking at any time
- Do not wander from the designated public areas (Drop and Swap, Drop Off Drive, and Parking Lot)
- No scavenging (with the exception of the Drop and Swap area)
- Any abuse (verbal or physical) directed towards HPC staff will not be tolerated
- Small children and animals must be supervised at all times
Safety is of the utmost importance to the HPC; these rules are meant to make your visit as efficient and pleasant as possible. If you need assistance or have questions, please feel free to ask HPC staff for help.
City of Flagstaff and Coconino County residents must bring a valid AZ Driver's License or State Issued ID with your current address listed. Moreover, City of Flagstaff residents must bring a current Flagstaff Water Bill for address verification. If you do not have a current water bill, two articles of mail or utility bills must be provided for address verification.
The HPC only serves the City of Flagstaff and Coconino County. If you live outside Coconino County, the HPC recommends that you call your County offices for instructions on how to properly dispose of your Household Hazardous Wastes
To get more detailed information on the HPC's policies, programs, and/or guidelines, please review our pages on the left.
Note: If your waste exceeds allowable amounts or proper ID is not shown to HPC Staff, your waste may be rejected or refused
Contractors conducting business with the HPC must abide by the following rules.
- Stop and check in at the Cinder Lake Landfill scale house, and weigh in on the scales if applicable.
- Let HPC staff know when you are on the premises.
- Steel-toe or composite-toe footwear, safety glasses, and work gloves are required.
- Familiarize yourself with the locations of the emergency exits, fire extinguishers, first-aid station, and eye-wash station before conducting business.
- Check out with the scale house attendant before leaving, and weigh out if applicable.