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Household Hazardous Waste Collection Event — Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018

Released:Sep 24, 2018


(STILLWATER, OKLAHOMA / Sept. 24, 2018) — The City of Stillwater is holding its fall household hazardous waste collection event Saturday, Oct. 20, from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. The event is at the City of Stillwater Convenience Collection Center at 807 S. Perkins Road.

During this event, residents are encouraged to drop off household pollutants free of charge, including oil-based paints, pesticides, herbicides, household cleaning products, pool chemicals, craft and hobby supplies, mixed fuels and fertilizer.

“These events continue to provide residents with a simple way to properly dispose of household chemicals that protects the environment,” Environmental Programs Manager Chris Franks said.

In conjunction with this event, the Convenience Collection Center will receive tires, oil, antifreeze, automobile batteries and rechargeable batteries, scrap metal, latex paint, fluorescent bulbs, and other everyday recyclables, though a fee may apply for some services.

The center will not accept yard waste during the event's hours (8 a.m. to 1 p.m.), but will start accepting it again from 1 to 4 p.m. after the special collection event concludes.

These events help residents reduce the amount of household pollutants in their homes while ensuring these pollutants are disposed of properly. The City is also using this opportunity to bring awareness to residents about the recycling opportunities the center offers.

To learn more about the Convenience Collection Center, go to
For additional information on the event, contact Franks at 405.533.8482 or email



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Links to help you learn more about disposing of household hazardous waste.

General Information


Fats, Oil, Grease (FOG)

Medical Sharps


For additional information on the event, contact Franks at 405.533.8482 or email For information on the Convenience Collection Center, call 405.742.8269.


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