Household Hazardous Waste Collection Facility

Household hazardous wastes (HHW) are household items which may threaten human health or the environment and should be disposed of properly when they can no longer be used for their intended purposes.  It is illegal to throw hazardous materials in the trash.  Instead, take them to a HHW collection facility.


New Household Hazardous Waste Facility located at 8794 Lion Street (south of 9th Street between Hellman and Vineyard Avenue).  

Saturdays Only
8:00 a.m. - Noon
For Residents of Rancho Cucamonga or San Bernardino County Only

*Please note that the facility will be closed on the following Saturdays:  May 25, 2019; July 6, 2019; August 31, 2019; November 30, 2019; December 21, 2019; and December 28, 2019.

It is illegal to abandon hazardous substances outside the facility when it is closed.  Residents can use any of the other participating HHW collection facilities in the county.  Days and hours of operations vary.  Call (800) OILYCAT (800-645-9228) or visit and click on “Household Hazardous Waste”.  

The collection facility will accept:
·         Aerosol Cans ·         Musical Greeting Cards
·         Antifreeze ·         Paint and Paint Products
·         Batteries ·         Pesticides
·         Brake Fluid ·         Pool Chemicals
·         Camping Fuel ·         Printers and Cartridges
·         Clothing Irons   ·         Propane Tanks
·         Computer Components   ·         Radios and Stereos
·         Cooking Oil   ·         Smoke Detectors
·         Fertilizer   ·         Space Heaters
·         Fluorescent Bulbs and Tubes   ·         Telephones
·         Household Cleaners   ·         Transmission Fluid
·         Mercury Thermostats and Thermometers    ·         TVs
·         Medications, Excluding Controlled Substances    ·         VCR and DVD Players
·         Microwave Ovens    ·         Video Game Equipment
·         Monitors    ·         Weed and Bug Killers 
·         Motor Oil and Filters    


The collection facility will NOT accept:
•         Asbestos •          Radioactive Waste    
•        Business or Non-Profit Waste •          Medical Waste
•         Explosives •         Medical Sharps (needles & lancets)*
•         Tires


*Residents can participate in the city's home-generated sharps disposal program


Transportation Tips:

Before transporting your items, make sure:

  • The amount of waste does not exceed 15 gallons or 125 pounds per vehicle, and no containers are larger than five gallons.
  • The containers are sturdy, not leaking, and sealed.
  • The waste is in its original container or one that is properly labeled.
  • Waste is packed in a single layer and in containers that are securely packed in your vehicle to prevent spills.

Never mix materials!