Disposing of Household Hazardous Waste – Voucher Program
The Adams-Clermont Solid Waste District and Environmental Enterprises have partnered to offer a disposal voucher for Clermont residents needing to dispose of hazardous wastes from around their homes. The Solid Waste District will issue a voucher for payment if a resident is willing to deliver the hazardous materials to Environmental Enterprise’s location at 4650 Spring Grove Avenue in Cincinnati. To request a voucher, a resident simply needs to email their name/address/phone number along with a list of the hazardous materials they have and the the quantity of each item, to dsnyder@ClermontCountyOhio.gov or call (513) 732-7744. The District will mail or email a voucher to the resident, which the resident will take along with the materials to Environmental Enterprises, and the District will pay for the disposal fee. Current hours for disposal are Tuesday and Wednesday, 7AM-11AM. For detailed directions to EEI click here.
Please note: this voucher will not cover paint disposal. Also, most automotive fluids such as motor oil, brake fluid, anti-freeze and transmission fluid cannot be included on the voucher as they can be disposed of locally for free at many automotive service centers.
Disposing of Paint: Unfortunately, there are no outlets in Clermont County for recycling or disposing of paint. The best way to dispose of latex and oil based paint is to allow it to dry, and then it can be safely disposed of with your regular household wastes. The drying process can be sped up by mixing the paint with cat litter, sawdust, or by leaving the paint can lid off.
Environmental Enterprises will accept paint for a fee, on Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 7AM-11AM. Current pricing is $40 per 100 lbs of material.
Matthew 25 Ministries may accept your usable liquid latex paint for free. Prior to dropping off, please follow the guidelines below:
ReUse Center also accepts latex paint for $2/gallon and sells the reblended paint at a discount
Use this interactive calculator to help reduce waste by not buying more paint than what you need to complete a project.
Disposing of automotive or flammable liquids:
Automotive liquids such as transmission fluid, brake fluid, motor oil, and gasoline or diesel fuel as well as other flammable liquids can be brought to the Clermont County Fleet Management Garage (located at 4005 Filager Rd, Batavia, OH 45103) for free from 8:30AM – 3:30PM, Monday – Friday, excluding holidays. The Fleet garage can be reached at (513) 732-7775 to confirm open hours, current capacity, and acceptability.
Identifying Household Hazardous Waste:
Hazardous products typically have warning labels to help you identify them, such as:
Proper Handling of Household Hazardous Waste:
Here are some ways to prevent storm water pollution when using hazardous products.