Hazardous and Electronic Waste Collection
The Household Hazardous Waste and Electronic Waste collection program provides for proper disposal of household hazardous materials.
Open Every Saturday – 9:30 AM to 12:30 PM
(except holiday weekends and/or rainfall)
This program also provides Redlands Fire Department personnel with the proper training and equipment to mitigate a leak, spill or other release of hazardous or toxic materials in our jurisdiction. Approximately 3600 citizens use this facility each year. The Fire Department in partnership with the San Bernardino County Fire Department is responsible for operation of the program, which includes:
- Operate and maintain the Household Hazardous Waste Collection Site.
- Collect, categorize, and store Household Hazardous Waste for proper disposal.
- Collection of electronic waste under CalRecycle guidelines.
- Provide training and equipment to operate an Emergency Hazardous Material Response Team.
What is Hazardous Waste?
Any material or mixture of waste which is corrosive, poisonous, flammable, combustible, caustic, volatile, explosive, an irritant, a strong sensitizer, or toxic. These materials can be harmful to humans, animals, and the environment including groundwater contamination or even ineffective sewage treatment. Many of these materials can be recycled or reused.
City of Redlands Corporate Yard
500 Kansas St
(enter from Kansas St. north of Park Ave.)
You can bring in these materials:
- Household Cleaners
- Aerosol cans and bottles
- Used oil and filters
- Gasoline or Diesel fuel
- Other flammable liquids
- Pesticides and Herbicides
- Unused/expired medications (non-narcotic)
- Oil based paints
- Latex/water base paints
- Paint solvents/cleaners
- Pool chemicals
- Batteries (auto/household)
- Fluorescent Light Bulbs
- Cell Phones
- Microwave ovens
- CD players
Please do not bring the following:
- Commercial waste
- No radioactive waste
- No major appliances (e.g. refrigerators, dryers)
Attention – Limit of 15 gallons or 125 pounds maximum per visit.
Please be careful when transporting chemicals to the disposal site at the Redlands City Yard on Kansas Street, which is adjacent to the City’s Animal Control Shelter.
Directions: I-10 Freeway to Tennessee, exit Tennessee south. On Tennessee, one block south of Redlands Blvd turn right on Park Avenue, then right on to Kansas Street, and enter the collection facility as directed by Redlands Fire Department personnel.
For further information about electronic waste or household hazardous waste visit these websites: