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For commercial hazardous waste pick-up, please contact an Environmental Service Provider.
For a list of service providers, visit our Resource Links page.

Three Permanent HHW Depots are now open in Region 7

Clare HHW Depot
919 Bonnie Road - 902 837-8369
Hours: 8:30am - 5:00pm (Mon-Fri) and 8:30am - 12:30pm (Sat)

Digby HHW Depot
245 Upper Cross Road - 902 245-2657
Hours: 9am - 5pm (Mon-Fri) and 9am - Noon (Sat)
Please Note: If the gates to the Digby Depot are closed, please go to Digby Salvage & Disposal (220 Upper Cross Road) for service.

Yarmouth County HHW Depot
1932 Hardscratch Road - 902 742-5852 Hours: 8am - 4pm (Mon-Fri) and 8am - Noon (Sat)

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A product is considered a Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) if it has one of the following symbols or it is has words such as Danger, Poisonous, Caution or Warning on the label.

Corrosive Explosive Flammable Toxic

Examples of Accepted Items:
  • Leftover Corrosive Cleaners
  • Pesticides/Herbicides
  • Gasoline
  • Fuel Oil
  • Solvents and Thinners
  • Aerosol Cans containing hazardous substances
  • Kerosene
  • Propane Cylinders
  • Pool Chemicals
  • Household Cleaners
  • Automotive Fluids
  • Rechargeable Batteries
  • Paint and Stains
Items NOT Accepted:
  • Explosives
  • Radioactive materials
  • Ammunition
  • PCB’s and PCB contaminated materials
  • Commercial, industrial or institutional waste
  • Fireworks
  • Pathological and medical waste
  • Industrial, Commercial and Institutional waste
  • Unknown materials
  • International waste
The depots are designed and permitted to accept residentially generated HHW only!!

Did You Know...
Did you know that all fluorescent light bulbs contain harmful mercury which complicates how they can disposed of? Because mercury is poisonous, even small amounts are a concern for landfills and waste incinerators where the mercury from lamps may be released and contribute to air and water pollution. Fortunately, Region 7 residents have the opportunity to dispose of fluorescent bulbs safely. Our region has 2 "bulb eater" machines that crush the bulbs and effectively trap and filter the mercury and other dangerous chemicals.

If you are looking to dispose of any fluorescent bulbs, please bring them to one of the following locations:

Yarmouth Solid Waste Park
1934 Hardscratch Road
902 742-5852

Clare Transfer Station
919 Bonnie Road, Meteghan
902 645-2993






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