Douglas County accepts material from residences and small businesses that pose a threat to human health and the environment at their annual Cleansweep Collection
in June. Household Hazardous Waste is material that is labeled flammable, poisonous, corrosive or reactive.
- Flammable - Paint, gasoline, paint thinners, solvents
- Corrosive - Acids, bases, cleaning products
- Reactive - Pool chemicals
- Poisonous/Toxic - Pesticides, cleaning products
- Others - Fluorescent lights, ballast, computers and electronics (for a charge), cooking oil, propane tanks, oil, antifreeze, batteries
Businesses and farms must make an appointment to dispose of hazardous materials and a fee may be charged. Contact the Northwest Regional Planning Commission’s Cleansweep Department
at 715-635-2197 facility directly to make an appointment.
CITY OF SUPERIOR RESIDENTS ONLY
- Residents of the City may use the year round Hazardous Waste Facility at WLSSD. Non City residents may not use this site. It is free for City residents. Call WLSSD