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Hazardous Waste Disposal in Dayton

Hazardous waste disposal in Dayton, Ohio is provided by ADCO Environmental Services which is a full-service waste management company also able to dispose of Low-Level Radioactive waste. ADCO offers waste generators such as businesses, government agencies, as well as industrial facilities in the Dayton area with cradle to grave waste disposal services for all types of hazardous and non-hazardous waste streams as well as even radioactive waste. Regardless of you being a very small quantity generator (VSQG) or a large quantity generator (LQG), ADCO is here to assist you in your waste disposal efforts.

Disposal Options for Dayton

ADCO specializes in offering final disposal of hazardous and non-hazardous waste, profiling of waste into processing facilities, laboratory waste packing (Labpacks), Oil and Antifreeze disposal and pump-outs, even disposal of radioactive/nuclear waste. Even if you find yourself with some radioactive items you are unsure of how to properly dispose of, ADCO is here to help.

ADCO supplies all types and sizes of USDOT approved shipping containers to pack your waste into and can even help you locate a supplier you may utilize on your own if you choose to buy your own supplies from a separate vendor. We work with a variety of container distributors nationwide and are happy to help you get in contact with the very vendors we utilize here at ADCO.

You may find yourself asking what to do in the event you have a leaking drum. Look no further, ADCO has assisted numerous clients that have had leaking drums. Our staff is well trained in the proper drum overpacking and handling process for packages that are considered to not be in “Shippable Condition” and in need of being replaced.

ADCO is Here for Dayton

ADCO’s staff is often times contacted by waste generators that are in complicated situations regarding disposing of their waste such as: having waste contained in drums that are considered unique in size, drums/containers containing unknown contents, and then there are projects where state and/or federal agencies are now involved. ADCO’s promise has always been to properly manage your waste from cradle to grave and keep you in full compliance.

Dayton Has a One Stop Waste Shop

With your permission, ADCO can prepare your hazardous waste profiles and shipping manifests for you. We can take away the headache of having to prepare your waste disposal paperwork needed to dispose of your waste legally and let you get back to your other daily duties. Once your waste profiles are approved and your shipping paperwork is complete, we will contact you to schedule a mutually agreeable time to have the waste removed from your facility for final disposal.

We Specialize in the Following Services in Dayton:

  • Hazardous Waste Disposal

  • Lab packing / Laboratory Cleanouts

  • Non-Hazardous Waste Disposal

  • Radioactive Waste Disposal

  • Servicing Industrial Clients

  • Spill Clean-Ups

  • Waste Remediation Projects

  • For Residential Hazardous Waste Disposal in Dayton:

    Disposing of hazardous waste in Dayton, Ohio, requires following specific procedures and utilizing available services to ensure safety and environmental compliance. Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you dispose of hazardous waste properly in Dayton:

    Household Hazardous Waste (HHW)

    Household hazardous waste includes items such as paints, solvents, batteries, pesticides, universal waste, and e-waste. In Dayton, there are specific services and facilities for proper disposal:

    1. 1. Montgomery County Solid Waste District:

  • Household Hazardous Waste Facility:

  • Location: 1001 Encrete Lane, Moraine, Ohio.

  • Hours: Typically, open on certain days of the week; check their website or call for the current schedule.

  • Services: Accepts a wide range of HHW materials including paints, chemicals, batteries, and more.

  • Contact: 937-225-4999.

  • Special Waste Drop-off Events: Occasionally, special collection events are held for hazardous waste. Stay updated by checking the Montgomery County Solid Waste District website.

  • 2. Local Disposal Services:

  • Companies like Rumpke may offer HHW collection services or have recommendations for proper disposal methods. Contact them to inquire about available services.

  • Electronic Waste (E-Waste)

    Electronic waste includes items such as computers, televisions, and other electronic devices. Proper disposal options include:

    1. Montgomery County Solid Waste District:

  • The Household Hazardous Waste Facility also accepts e-waste for recycling.

  • 2. Retailer Take-Back Programs:

  • Some retailers, such as Best Buy, offer take-back programs for electronics recycling.

  • 3. Local Recycling Centers:

  • Check for dedicated electronic recycling centers in the Dayton area.

  • Medications and Sharps Disposal

    Proper disposal of medications and sharps is crucial to prevent misuse and environmental contamination:

    1. Take-Back Programs:

  • Pharmacies like Walgreens or CVS may have medication take-back programs or kiosks.

  • Participate in National Prescription Drug Take-Back events organized by the DEA.

  • 2. Local Law Enforcement:

  • Some police departments have drop-off boxes for unused medications.

  • 3. Sharps Disposal:

  • Use designated sharps disposal containers available at pharmacies or medical supply stores.

  • Check if local hospitals or clinics accept used sharps for proper disposal.

  • Special Instructions

    1. Batteries:

  • Alkaline batteries can often be disposed of in regular trash, but rechargeable batteries should be taken to recycling centers or specific collection points like those found at Home Depot or Lowe’s.

  • 2. Paint:

  • Latex paint can sometimes be dried out and disposed of in regular trash. Oil-based paint should be taken to HHW events or designated collection points.

  • 3. Pesticides and Chemicals:

  • Store these items safely until you can bring them to the Household Hazardous Waste Facility or a designated collection event.

  • Additional Resources

  • Montgomery County Environmental Services: Their website offers detailed information on waste disposal and recycling services.

  • Ohio Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Check their website for additional resources and event information.

  • By utilizing these resources and services, you can ensure that hazardous waste is disposed of safely and responsibly in Dayton, Ohio. Always check for the most current information and schedules to comply with local regulations we recommend reaching out to ADCO Services so we can provide you with specific guidance on disposal options, regulations, and any recent developments in the world of waste management.