Household Hazardous Waste

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Household Hazardous Waste Disposal (HHW)

Available to Fauquier County Residents Only*.

*Quantities limited to 40 pounds (solid) or 15 gallons (liquid) per day. Liquids should be in containers no larger than 5 gallons each.

Materials from businesses are not accepted!


Accepted at the following site:
Corral Farm Collection Site, Warrenton
8499 Bingham Road
See Map


Days and Hours:
1st and 3rd Saturdays of each month (excluding holidays)

By appointment on Wednesday mornings (if made by COB Mondays)


How to Prepare for Recycling:

Please bring products in the originally labeled containers only. Containers should be sealed and properly packaged for safe transportation.


Residential quantities of the following items:
*Quantities limited to 40 pounds (solid) or 15 gallons (liquid) per day.

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Household Cleaning Products
Automotive Paints
Photographic Chemicals
Flammable Waxes & Abrasives
Battery Acid
Garden Products
Insect Spray Cans
Driveway Sealer
Rodent Control Products
Indoor Paints
Flammable Caulks & Adhesives
Lawn Care Products
Ant Bait or Traps
Mineral Spirits
Drain Cleaners
Outdoor Paints
Auto Cleaning Products
Pet Supplies
Spray Can Paint
Smoke Detectors
Oils - Contaminated (Water, Antifreeze, PCB's, Halogens)

Items NOT accepted:
Biological waste
Radioactive materials

Why Recycle?
Improper disposal of these products pollutes our environment and could cause injury to collection workers. The products collected will be disposed of in an environmentally safe manner by a licensed hazardous waste disposal firm. Please recycle. (U.S. Environmental Protection Agency)



Disposal of extra or left over medicine or prescription drugs is an emerging and complex environmental issue. Unused medications can be disposed of at the Sheriff's office (78 West Lee Street) in Warrenton 8:30am-4:30pm weekdays.