Batteries Oil Paint Antifreeze
There are some items
in your home (e.g. cleaners, batteries, paint) that are hazardous and should
never be placed in your roll cart. After they have been used, they
become Household Hazardous Waste (HHW). The most common types of
HHW are Batteries, Oil, Paint and Antifreeze (BOPA).
The next BOPA
event has been CANCELLED:
Lancaster-Kiest Branch Library
As a precautionary measure, The City of Dallas has made the decision to cancel this BOPA event scheduled for Saturday, March 14, in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19 coronavirus.
This BOPA Mobile only accepts:
Oil (motor oil & oil filters)
BOPA mobile will only accept BOPA. The maximum amount of material
(excluding batteries) that can be dropped off per household per day is 25
gallons. Containers larger than a 5-gallon size will NOT be
accepted. The maximum amount of batteries that can be dropped off per
household per day is 50 pounds. Palletized batteries will NOT be
accepted. This service is for residents ONLY. Any material
from businesses will NOT be accepted.
To drop off at the
BOPA Mobile, you must show proof that you live in a Dallas County HHW
member city. Proof includes a driver's license or utility bill showing your
name and address.
Residents who sign a
waiver can get free household cleaning products that have been donated for
reuse, while supplies last. Green Home bookletswith Do-It-Yourself cleaning recipes are also
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)
|The next HHW event will be at:|
Red Bird Mall
- 3662 W. Camp Wisdom Rd.
Dallas, Texas 75237
- Saturday, April 11, 2020
9am - 3pm
- Acceptable HHW items found below.
Household Hazardous Waste
There are some items in your home that are hazardous and should never be placed in your roll cart. After they have been used, they become Household Hazardous Waste (HHW).
Household Hazardous Wastes (HHW) are chemicals which could cause harm to the environment if they are thrown into your garbage roll cart, poured down the drain or storm sewer, illegally dumped, or stored incorrectly. When you are finished using these types of products around your home, please take them to the Dallas County Home Chemical Collection Center for reuse or proper disposal. Several hardware stores and auto parts retailers will accept fluorescent bulbs or batteries. To see if there is a location next to you, click here.
Acceptable Household Items:
- Chemical products for home use
- Paint and home repair products
- Lawn and garden chemicals
- Aerosol Sprays
- Pool Chemicals
- Craft & hobby supplies
- Cleaners & polishes
- Batteries of all kinds
- Automobile fluids & Oil filter
- Fluorescent light tubes
- Computers and cell phones
Do not Bring:
- Business or commercial waste
- Containers larger than 5 gallons
- Explosives or Ammunition
- Shock sensitive material
- Smoke detectors
- Radioactive materials
- Medical Waste
- Common Trash or recyclables
- Construction Debris
- No Appliances, TVs or Microwaves
- Prescription drugs and other medicines
Dallas County Home Chemical Collection Center*
11234 Plano Road, 75243
|Tuesdays||9:00am to 7:30pm|
|Wednesdays||8:30am to 5:00pm|
|Thursdays||8:30am to 5:00pm|
|2nd & 4th Saturdays of each month||9:00am to 3:00pm|
|Memorial Day||Monday||May 27th|
|Independence Day||Thursday||July 4th|
|Labor Day||Monday||September 2nd|
|Thanksgiving Holiday||Thursday & Friday ||November 28th & 29th|
|Christmas Holiday||Tuesday & Wednesday ||December 24th & 25th|
*Dallas County HHW member cities include: Addison,
Dallas, DeSoto, Duncanville, Farmers Branch, Garland, Highland Park,
Irving, Mesquite, Richardson, Rowlett, Sachse, Seagoville, Sunnyvale,
University Park, and unincorporated areas of Dallas County.
This program is made
possible in part by the City of Dallas and prepared in cooperation with the
North Central Texas Council of Governments
through funding from the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality.