In partnership with El Paso County, Widefield Parks & Recreation is proud to sponsor HHWD Day for Widefield/Security Residents. Properly dispose of residential household hazardous waste items!
Friday, April 22 @ 9am - 1pm
Widefield Parks & Recreation, 705 Aspen Drive, 80911
Widefield Parks & Recreation will be collecting money donations for the Aaron Gutierrez Scholarship Fund throughout this event.
Help a WSD3 resident in need - donations allow kids to play!
motor oil, antifreeze, brake & transmission fluids (each limited to 10 gallons per household), waxes, bug/tar/vinyl/chrome/ engine cleaners, etc.
Batteries & smoke alarms:
lead acid vehicle batteries and all types of household batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, 9-volt, watch & hearing aid batteries. Must come in clear, resealable bag with no leaks/corrosion)
television sets and computer monitors (limit 3 per household), central processing units (CPUs), peripherals, printers, fax machines, laptops, notebooks, ultra-books, net books, electronics tablets, DVD players, video cassette recorders (VCRs), radios, stereos, video game consoles and video display devices with viewing screens greater than 4 inches diagonally.
aerosols, ammonia, bleach, cleaners, lamp oil, etc.
Lawn & garden chemicals:
fertilizers, pesticides, poisons, plant food, etc.
mattresses & box springs (limit 6 per household)
Paint & paint-related products:
stains, strippers, thinners, varnishes, etc. Limit 50 gallons per household.
passenger & light truck (limit 9 per household)
NO BUSINESS WASTE ACCEPTED. ALL LIQUIDS MUST BE IN LABELED 5 GAL OR SMALLER NON- LEAKING CONTAINERS THAT CAN BE LEFT AT THE SITE. STAFF RESERVES THE RIGHT TO REJECT ANY NON-CONFORMING ITEMS.