CLOSED: The Household Collection Facility will be closed through May due to COVID-19.
The City of Tulsa Household Pollutant Collection Facility is a year-round facility open to residential customers.
Tulsa residents can drop-off for free by showing a drivers license or City of Tulsa utility bill. (Make an appointment)
Residents living in Bixby, Broken Arrow, Claremore, Collinsville, Coweta, Glenpool, Jenks, Owasso, Sand Springs and unincorporated Tulsa County can obtain a voucher from the Metropolitan Environmental Trust (918) 584-0584, to drop-off the first 45 lbs. of pollutants free of charge. If the weight is over 45 lbs, there will be a disposal fee outlined below. Residents of these communities must obtain a voucher number before making an appointment at the facility (Make an appointment)
Non-Tulsa Resident Pricing
$1.33 per pound
The disposal fee can be paid with Mastercard or Visa.
Did you know many of the chemicals we have in our households could be considered hazardous if used or disposed of in an improper way? The City hopes a permanent disposal facility will discourage disposal of household pollutants down sanitary sewers, storm drains, or into the trash and recycling systems, which pose a risk for the environment, water sources, wastewater collection and treatment systems, and for staff handling the household pollutant materials in the trash and recycling systems.
All wastes are subject to inspection and possible rejection. If wastes are not accepted by the facility it is the customers' responsibility to dispose of the waste properly and within federal, state and local laws.
Accepted Items Include: Fluorescent and CFL Lightbulbs | Oil-Based Paints and Paint Thinner | Flammable Liquids | Latex Paint | Lawn Chemicals | Automotive Fluids | Cooking Oil/Grease | Aerosols | Household and Car Batteries | Household Cleaners | Pool Chemicals | Electronics | Mercury Thermostats
Non-Accepted Items Include: Industrial or Commercially Generated Waste (including NHIW waste) | Medical or Biomedical Waste | Asbestos | Food or Organic Waste | Radioactive Material | Ammunition/Explosives | Tires | Unknown Materials or Substances
Safe Disposal Options for Non-Accepted Items
2019 Household Pollutant Collection Facility Annual Report | Read Now