Can I Take it to the Landfill





  Refrigerators X   No Freon left in
  Tires X   Max 9, off rim, additional fee applies
  Paint   X
  Hazardous wastes such as liquid, semi-solid or solid wastes which are toxic, corrosive, flammable, explosive, infectious, an irritant, or a strong sensitizer (causing allergic reaction), and which constitute a high degree of hazard to beneficial air, water and ground uses *   X
  Liquid waste in any form (septic waste is accepted at Landers and Barstow landfills)   X
  Sealed containers of any type   X
  Hot ashes or burning materials   X
  Items over ten (10) feet in length at landfills and over four (4) feet in length at transfer stations   X
  Items containing mercury and/or lead such as household batteries, watch-type batteries, fluorescent tubes, thermostats and thermometers*   X
  Medical Waste including sharps   X
  Any waste not acceptable for disposal at a Class III disposal site   X
  Treated wood (accepted only at the Mid-Valley Landfill in Rialto)   X
  Waste from outside of San Bernardino County   X
  Televisions, computer monitors or other devices containing a Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) at sites without a scale house   X

* More info on the safe disposal/recycling of this material is available here: County Fire Electronic Waste Flyer

If you are unsure, please call the SWMD office, 909-386-8701.

E-Waste Collection

The County of San Bernardino Household Hazardous Waste Program offers regular, no-cost drop-off of old TVs and Computer Monitors.
Call 1-800-OILY CAT (645-9228) for more information.

Earth Protection Services, Inc.
2821 E. Philadelphia Ave.,
Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 773-1139
Manager: Frank Carlin
Mon-Fri., 8:00am to 4:30pm

Collection Fees:
Residents: $.50/lb.
Lighting Resources
805 E. Francis St., Ontario, CA 91761
(909) 923-7252
Manger: Dan Gillespie
Mon.- Fri., 7:00am to 3:00pm

Collection Fees:
Residents: $30 /per TV
Businesses & Residents:
CRT cost per. lb. based on a sliding scale.