Household Hazardous Waste & Computer Drop Off

The City of Bay Village collects certain household hazardous waste and computer equipment for disposal. Residents may drop these materials off at the Service Garage from 7:30 am to 3:00 pm on the last Friday of the month, or third Friday if the normal date falls on a holiday.  See the Refuse Collection Schedule linked at the left for specific dates.

We Accept:

  • Computers and computer equipment
  • Tires (no rims) on the August collection date only.

We Accept (in original containers):

  • Oil or solvent-based paint, sealers, primers, or coatings (aerosols or liquids)
  • Any aerosol cans with flammable/combustible warnings
  • Varnishes, polyurethane, shellacs
  • Paint thinner, mineral spirits, turpentine, Acetone
  • Pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, fertilizers
  • Caustic/corrosive household cleaners
  • Pool chemicals
  • Automotive fluids, motor oil
  • Adhesives, roof tar, driveway sealer
  • Kerosene, gasoline, lighter fluid
  • Mercury/mercury-containing items (thermometers, thermostats, etc.)
  • Any other household chemical marked poisonous, caustic, flammable, corrosive, or combustible.

 We Do NOT Accept:

  • TV/VCR/DVD/Stereo equipment, electronics
  • Tire rims
  • Latex paint.  Allow latex paint to dry, then dispose of it in your regular trash.
  • Explosives, gun powder, ammunition, flares. Firearms and ammunition can be turned in at the Bay Village Police Department.
  • Medical waste, pharmaceuticals, medicine, sharps.  Medication can be disposed of at the Bay Village Police Department.
  • Fire extinguishers, propane tanks, helium tanks
  • Radioactive waste, including smoke detectors
  • Appliances
  • Smoke detectors
  • Business or commercial waste
  • Fluorescent bulbs.  Take compact fluorescent bulbs (CFL) bulbs to Home Depot or Lowe’s for disposal.
  • Batteries, all types. Rechargeable batteries (Lithium Ion, Nickle Cadmium, etc.) can be recycled at hardware, home improvement or electronics retail stores. Dispose of single use (non-rechargeable) alkaline batteries (AA, AAA, C, D, etc.) in the regular trash. Lead acid (vehicle) batteries can be recycled at a scrap metal yard.