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Hazardous Waste
Many household products contain chemicals that are corrosive, flammable, reactive, or toxic. Insecticides, herbicides, cleaners, solvents, used oil, pool chemicals and some batteries and paints are examples of products that contain hazardous ingredients. These products should not be put into ordinary trash or poured down the drain or onto the ground. If you find discarded hazardous materials, please contact the Deltona Fire Department at (386) 860-7177.

What are household hazardous wastes?

Household hazardous wastes are products toxic to the environment. They can contaminate our water supply and are common in your home or garage.

These items should not be placed in your garbage. Typical household hazardous wastes include:
  • Used motor oil
  • Automobile batteries
  • Household rechargeable batteries
  • Gasoline
  • Used paint
  • Thinners/solvents
  • Pesticides
  • Fluorescent lamps
  • Pool chemicals
  • Cleaning supplies
  • Sharps (needles)
Tip: Keep waste in the original container when possible.
 
Volusia County  
Recycling and Solid Waste Division
3151 E. New York Ave.
DeLand, FL 32724
 
DeLand (386) 943-7889

Waste Pro – (386) 574-0723
The City of Deltona has contracted with Waste Pro. to provide collection services for garbage (solid waste), yard debris, and recycling.  Contact Waste Pro for your pickup day or with questions on what can and can not be disposed of in your normal trash.
 


 
 
2345 Providence Blvd., Deltona, FL 32725
Phone: (386) 878-8100 Fax: (386) 878-8501
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