Hazardous Materials Disposal -- Haz Bin

Learn more about Household Hazardous Waste from the Environmental Protection Agency: 
Residents of Louisville/Jefferson County can drop off unwanted Household Hazardous Materials at the Haz Bin:

7501 Grade Lane

Open Tuesday-Saturday, 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 

  • Closed Thursday, November 25 and Friday, November 26 for Thanksgiving.
  • Closed at 1 p.m. on Christmas Eve
  • Closed Christmas Day
  • Closed at 1 p.m. on New Year's Eve
  • Closed New Year's Day
  • Closed Saturday, January 15 in observance of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day


  • To avoid leakage, do not put chemicals in trash bags.
  • The dumpsters on site are for staff use only - NOT for hazardous waste.
  • No dumping.
  • Hazardous waste from businesses is not accepted. 


Asbestos floor tiles (less than 25 lbs)
Automotive fluids  
Batteries (auto, household and rechargeables)
Cleaners (bathroom, rug, upholstery, all-purpose spot removers)
Driveway sealers
Fire extinguishers
Fluorescent light bulbs & LED light bulbs
Furniture polishes and waxes
Gasoline (including boat gas)
Hearing aid/watch batteries
Lawn/garden hazardous chemicals (container must be left at HazBin)
Mercury thermometers and thermostats 
Metal polishes and rust removers
Mildew removers
Mineral spirits/turpentine
Nail polish and removers
Oil based paint or lead paint
Oven and drain cleaners
Pesticides, herbicides, fungicides, insecticides (container must be left at HazBin)
Propane tanks (1 lb and 20 lb grill tanks)
Smoke detectors
Solvents and degreasers
Spray paint
Swimming pool chemicals
Varnishes and stains
Wood preservatives


Items from businesses
Containers larger than 5 gallons or 40 pounds
More than 25 lbs of Asbestos
Helium tanks (empty per manufacturer's instructions and recycle at a scrap metal recycling facility)
Expired medication
Latex paint

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Due to COVID-19 and limited staff, the latex paint recycling program has been suspended until further notice. 

How to Dispose:

  • If there is only a small quantity of paint in the can, remove the lid and let stand in a well-ventilated area away from children or pets until dry. 
  • Containers with dried latex paint may be placed in tightly sealed plastic bags and placed in garbage containers for pickup. The metal lid may be recycled.
  • Oil based paint or lead paint must be taken to Haz Bin for disposal.

Business Hazardous Waste Disposal
HAZ BIN accepts hazardous waste from Louisville Metro residents only.  Businesses wishing to dispose of hazardous materials should contact a local hazardous waste disposal company. 

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