Hazardous wastes that can be disposed are household wastes (not business/industrial wastes) containing toxic chemicals, pesticides, herbicides, cleaners, solvents, poisons, anti-freeze, pool chemicals, drain cleaners, acids, bases, hobby chemicals, degreasers, gasoline, transmission fluid, mercury batteries, and unknowns. Do not mix the chemicals! Keep them in their original containers for proper transport and identification. These wastes can be taken to the Weber County Transfer Station every 3rd Saturday from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. during the months of April through September. The service is free to Weber County residents.
Weber County Transfer Station
Solid Waste Recycling
Hazardous wastes that are not accepted at the Weber County Waste Transfer Station include radioactive materials, explosives, ammunition, compressed gas cylinders with gas inside, flares, and infectious wastes.
Used crankcase oil and lead/acid car batteriesPlease take used oil to a certified waste disposal facility such as Jiffy Lube, Auto Zone, or Checker Auto. The service is free, but the quantity that can be disposed at any one time is limited to 3 gallons. Used batteries will be recycled when a new battery is installed for you at an auto repair shop or battery shop.
Paint can be mixed with kitty litter and left to dry, or simply open the paint container and allow the contents to dry solid. The paint container can be put into the curbside garbage can for disposal after the contents are dried.
Used tires also must be properly disposed. There is a $1.00 charge for disposal when new tires are installed on your vehicle and the tire shop will take care of the old ones. If you have tires to dispose you can call any tire shop to see if they will take them or you can take the tires to the Weber County Transfer Station (see address above). The station will take 4 tires per day for $1.00 each.