Hazardous Materials

Household hazardous wastes are products toxic to the environment, potentially contaminating our water supply, and are common in your home or garage. Hazardous waste IS NOT included in curbside services. These items should not be placed in your garbage. Typical household hazardous waste includes items such as car batteries, engine degreaser, metal cleaners, hobby chemicals, rechargeable batteries, lighter fluid, varnish, wood/cement sealers, paint, paint thinner, turpentine, acetone, acid, gasoline, lye, fertilizers, pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, insect repellents, flea dips & sprays, rodent bait, rat poison, mothballs, fluorescent tubes, spiral, and compact bulbs, mercury thermometers or thermostats, oxygen tanks, pool or spa chemicals.

Please take hazardous materials to the West Volusia Transfer Station located at 3151 East New York Ave., DeLand. The station is open from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m., Saturdays. Tel. (386)943-7899.

Local Drop Off Sites for some Hazardous Debris & Plastic Grocery Bags

Lowes           2170 Howland Blvd.

Drop off plastic grocery bags

Duracell & all types of batteries

Lawn equipment batteries

All light bulbs

Propane drop off

Instant power battery charges
Walmart        101 Howland Blvd.Drop off plastic grocery bags

Publix           2783 Howland Blvd.

                     2100 Saxon Blvd.

                     605 Courtland Blvd.

                     915 Doyle Rd.
Drop off plastic grocery bags

Winn Dixie    2880 Howland Blvd.

                     1229 Providence Blvd.
Drop off plastic grocery bags

Bio-hazardous Medical Sharps (needles):

Sharps can be dropped off at any City of Deltona Fire Station or Florida Department of Health locations. Replacement sharps containers may be available free of charge at City of Deltona Fire Stations.

Unwanted / Expired Prescription Drugs:

You can drop off at Sheriff's Office, 1691 Providence Blvd., Deltona FL 32725.