Household Hazardous Waste Disposal Options
6343 E. Southern Avenue
1425 W. Southern Avenue
Interstate Battery of Phoenix
4747 S. Pinal, Apache Junction, AZ
1112 W. Birchwood Ave., Mesa, AZ
|Sunbelt Battery Systems
602 N. Hayden Road, Scottsdale, AZ
1145 S. Power Road, Mesa, AZ
Do not mix oil with antifreeze, gas or any
other product. Please check the local telephone directory for a
location near you:
- Checkers Auto Store
Maricopa County has a Waste Tire Recycling program that is
available to all Maricopa County residents. For more
information, call the
Solid Waste office at (480) 987-2498 or call the Arizona
Department of Environmental Quality at (602) 207-2300.
11400 E. Pecos Queen Creek, AZ
Monday-Saturday 6 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sundays and holidays
Passenger & semi tires - no charge (up to
50 tires per year; must be off rims;1x per year)
Non-highway service tires
(i.e.- tractor, airplane) - subject to applicable charges
Computers and Computer Equipment
AzStRUT - Arizona Students
Recycling Used Technology
Residents are encouraged to take
their old computers and computer equipment to the following
AzStRUT collection sites:
Stardust Building Supplies - 1720 W.
Red Mountain High School - 7301 E. Brown Road,
Matt Kelley (480) 472-8198.
Cell Phones and Rechargeable
Rechargeable Battery Recycling Corporation for the nearest
Electronics & Fluorescent Light Bulbs
electronics and fluorescent light bulb recycling page for
alternative disposal options.
Medical sharps are objects, such as syringes, needles and
lancets that are used for insulin intake, blood samples and for
other medical purposes. Improper disposal of sharps can
pose a serious health and safety hazard. Medical sharps
should be placed in a thick plastic or metal container with a
tight fitting lid such as a bleach or liquid detergent bottle.
Once full, secure the lid with heavy-duty tape and write the
words "Not Recyclable" on the container with a black, permanent
marker. After following these steps, you can place the
container in your regular black trash barrel.
Federal prescription drug disposal guidelines urge residents
to dispose of any unused, unneeded or expired medication in the
trash or take them to a pharmaceutical take-back location for
safe disposal. Residents are being asked to avoid throwing them
down the drain as the drugs may pass through sewage treatment
plants and septic tanks into surface waters, soils, and the
Mesa PD has drop-off boxes located at each of their
sub-stations. Visit our
prescription disposal page to find the nearest location.
Water Based Latex Paint
If you have water based latex paint and can't wait until the
next Household Hazardous Waste Collection event, please follow
these simple steps for proper disposal.
- Remove the lid
from the paint can and let the paint completely dry.
it is dry, place the lid back on the container and dispose of it
in your black trash barrel. This will prevent the paint
from spilling on the street when the trash truck services your
**NOTE: Oil based paint is not accepted in the
trash barrel and must be taken to a Household Hazardous Waste
Solid Waste Management Department
Mesa, AZ 85211
Walk-in service requests/payments:
55 N. Center St.
6935 E. Decatur St.
Mesa, AZ 85207
7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Fridays & holidays
Missed barrel notification
Barrel collection schedule
Barrel or service requests
All other service requests should be directed to
Email us (General Questions)