If you’re moving out of your house, about to embark upon a deep cleaning of the home you’ve lived in for decades, or simply want to clear the chemical clutter from your living space, turn to the experts at Rader Environmental Services. We can safely handle and process of all the household hazardous waste on your Hancock County property.
Prioritize Your Family’s Health and Safety
Household hazardous waste or unused/unwanted chemicals can be found in a variety of places: under your kitchen sink, in the garage, in a shed, inside a barn or anywhere else on your property. Common household waste includes paint, household cleaners, old laptops, light bulbs, batteries, motor oil, mercury devices, pesticides and more. These items should never be thrown in the trash, dumped in a landfill or poured down the drain because they will contaminate your community’s drinking water, the land where your food is grown, and the air we all breathe.
Here’s a complete list of the household hazardous waste Rader can handle in Findlay, OH, Hancock County and all of Northwest Ohio.
- Aerosol Cans
- Batteries: Lead-acid, Nickel-cadmium (NiCd), alkaline, lithium
- Brake Fluid
- Cell phones
- Computers, laptops, tablets
- Household cleaners
- Latex paint
- Mercury-containing devices
- Motor oil
- Oil-based paint
- Paint thinners
- Pool cleaners and chemicals
- Stains and varnishes
- Transmission fluid
- Wood stripper
Household Waste Requires Special Handling
Unlike aluminum cans or old newspapers, household hazardous waste requires special care, handling, and attention. The Rader team has in-depth knowledge of E.P.A. best practices, extensive on-the-job experience, as well as Occupational Health and Safety Administration (OSHA) training to ensure your waste is handled safely and properly.
As a result of this training, we can advise you on the best ways to dispose of your hazardous waste. Most importantly, we can quickly and conveniently remove dangerous chemicals from your residence, making the environment safe and healthy for generations to come.
For nearly a decade, we have helped residents of Hancock and Putnam counties safely dispose of their household hazardous waste. We can help you, too!