A - Z Disposal sub-categories:
If a container states Danger, Warning, Poison, Flammable, Toxic, Corrosive, Combustible, Caution, contains acid, contains lye, contains petroleum distillates or causes burns to skin, it contains hazardous chemicals. Avoid using them if possible. Store properly and use up according to directions for the intended purpose. If the container is empty or the product is completely gone, it can be put in the trash.
Household hazardous wastes should be brought to either the Steele or Rice County Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) facilities for free, proper disposal. Click here for more information about theses HHW facilities. Other than agricultural pesticides, Steele County’s HHW facility cannot accept business hazardous waste. Contact the Steele County Environmental Services office at 507-444-7475 or the Minnesota Pollution Control Agency at www.pca.state.mn.us for information on disposal of business hazardous wastes.