(must be in original labeled containers):
-Computers and Computer Equipment
-Oil or solvent-based paint, sealers, primers, or coatings (aerosols or liquids)
-Varnishes, polyurethane, shellacs
-Paint thinner, mineral spirits, turpentine
-Pesticides, herbicides, fungicides
-Oils and grease
-Automotive fluids, motor oil, car batteries
-Adhesives, roof tar, driveway sealer
-Kerosene, gasoline, lighter fluid
-Latex paint (Simply dry it and place it in your trash.)
-Explosives, gun powder, ammunition, flares
-Medical waste, pharmaceuticals, medicine, sharps (pills can be safely disposed of at the Bay Village Police Department drop-off container in the lobby)
-Radioactive waste (Smoke detectors) (recycling options listed here http://about.usps.com/postal-bulletin/2012/pb22334/html/cover_025.htm)
-Tires WITH RIMS
-VCRs, CD, and DVD players(recycle at Best Buy)
-Stereos (recycle at Best Buy)
-DVDs (Recycle at Best Buy)
-Electronics, appliances (most can be recycled at Best Buy)
-Business or commercial waste
-Rechargeable batteries - Free nationwide program to recycle rechargeable batteries through Call2Recycle. Take your batteries to any Best Buy, Home Depot, Lowe's Home Improvement, or Radio Shack store in Cuyahoga County. Call 1-877-2-RECYCLE to find a location near you.
-Fluorescent bulbs - Residents can dispose of their compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL) bulbs for free at any Home Depot and Lowes Home Improvement store.
-Fluorescent tubes may be recycled at Batteries Plus Bulbs, 4607 Great Northern Blvd., North Olmsted (440) 379-0257. There is a minimal charge to recycle bulbs here.