How to dispose of hazardous waste materials
The Town of Winslow holds Household Hazardous Waste Drop-off days every Spring and Fall,
we will update this page with more information as we schedule these events.
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This is a reminder that Central Maine Disposal will NOT pick up any garbage placed in a box or paper bag, yard debris, bulky items, hazardous waste, oil-based paint, chemicals, ashes, pesticides or sharp items (that are not in a closed container.)
There will be a Household Hazardous Waste drop-off at the Winslow Public Works office on October 21st from 8 am - 12 pm.
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Click here for the fillable registration form
Many common household items contain chemicals that can create environmental hazards if not handled properly. These items include but are not limited to:
- Computer monitors and other electronic devices
- Waste oil or gasoline
- Pool chemicals
- Fluorescent lights
- Thermometers and thermostats
- Old paint
We offer yard waste drop-off for Winslow Residents only (no contractors) at the Winslow Public Works garage. Load must be inspected by the staff prior to dumping Monday – Thursday 7 a.m. – 3 p.m. (April – November) Three types of material accepted – 1) Brush less than 4” diameter and no more than 12 feet in length; 2) clean grass clippings; 3) clean leaves. We chip brush on site; therefore, we retain the right to refuse loads if volume exceeds available staff hours.
I Recycle, Inc. on the Armory Road in Waterville. For both residential and businesses. Sorting is required and their hours are Tuesday – Saturday 8 am – 3 pm. Their phone number is (207)649-3353.
Click HERE to find locations to recycle electronic waste such as televisions, computer monitors, and other electronics.
Old gas and oils-
Contact local garages to see if they will dispose of oil and gas.
Construction debris, tires, computers, TV’s, microwaves, fluorescent bulbs.
Please contact a private hauler or Pine Tree Waste in Waterville for more information (207)873-1219 ext. 3.
If the paint is still usable, consider contacting local schools or non-profit organizations that can use the old paint for art or theater projects. Visit paintcare.org to find drop-off locations to recycle latex and oil-based paints.
Call Aim Recycling (207)465-2212.
To dispose of unwanted pesticides, call the Board of Pesticide Control at (207)287-2731.
The Environmental Depot - Lewiston
Riverside Recycling - Portland