Portfolio Category: hazardous

Batteries & Bulbs

NO APPOINTMENT NEEDED Don’t throw those batteries away! Batteries contain materials that are both hazardous and recyclable. It’s good environmental stewardship to recycle them because you can recover their resources and keep contaminants out of the landfill. The Landfill of North Iowa collects single use, rechargeable and automotive batteries from residents for free. Any type…
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Residential Household Hazardous Materials

Landfill of North Iowa Regional Collection Center (RCC) for Household Hazardous Materials (HHM) What is the Regional Collection Center (RCC)? Regional Collection Centers (RCC) are permanent collection facilities designated to assist the public and very small quantity generator (VSQG) business with the proper management and disposal of household hazardous materials. The Landfill of North Iowa…
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Biohazard Sharps Program

For safety reasons, please do not put needles or containers with needles into your garbage or recycling. Landfill of North Iowa’s Biohazard Sharps Program provides red, rigid containers for sharps disposal for a small fee. As an alternative, residents may dispose of such items in rigid laundry detergent containers with lids tightly secured with tape…
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Free Products

Free products for Landfill of North Iowa Residents LNI residents “recycle” their hazardous materials by bringing leftover products such as oil-based paints, stains, varnishes, spray paints, and cleaning chemicals to the Hazardous Materials Collection Building for proper handling and recycling. Cleaners and paints are expensive, but you can save money and help the environment by…
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