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How do I safely dispose of old car batteries, used motor oil, antifreeze or electronics?

Residents may bring these items to the Lockwood Landfill or Reno/Stead transfer stations. The Lockwood Landfill accepts for free the following from each residential customer: up to two automotive batteries; up to 10 quarts of used, uncontaminated motor oil; and up to three gallons of antifreeze.

The transfer stations accept for free the following from each residential customer: up to two automotive batteries; up to five quarts of used, uncontaminated motor oil; and up to two gallons of antifreeze. Residents are urged to use proper containers when transporting any of these items.

Residents can dispose of electronics such as TV’s, computers and microwaves for 75 cents per pound at the Sage Street transfer station.