On Saturday, September 21, the Tri–County Health Department will host the final of its 2019 drive-through Douglas County Household Chemical Roundups. The event is in Castle Rock at 175 Kellogg Court from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Participants will be asked for a $ 25 contribution and proof of residency.
Acceptable items include:
Paint and paint products, motor oil, antifreeze, automotive fluids and fuels, vehicle batteries, household batteries, solvents, house and garden chemicals, fluorescent light bulbs, cleaning supplies, compact fluorescent lights (CFLs), items containing mercury, propane tanks, passenger vehicle and pickup truck tires off the rim.
Items not accepted:
Radioactive waste, smoke detectors, electronic waste of any kind, oil drums, asbestos, sharps/medical waste and explosives.
For more information about hazardous waste, recycling electronics and computers, disposal of medication and the A – Z Recycle Guide, visit www.tchd.org.