Household hazardous materials (HHM) can lead to contamination of groundwater, surface water, well water, or other water sources when spilled on the ground, poured down the drain, or placed in trash containers. This is your opportunity to safely and properly dispose of most hazardous materials you may have in your home.
You must have an appointment to participate in this program. Please use our appointment scheduler to reserve your appointment. See list of acceptable materials below.
Please take your materials to the Midland City Landfill, 4311 E. Ashman (East of Waldo Road).
If you have questions please call 989-832-6681; leave your name and number and we'll return your call.
Items that are NOT accepted at our HHM drop-off location:
- all medications - may be dropped off at the Law Enforcement Center or at Dump Your Drugs scheduled days
- used auto batteries
- gas cylinders
- radioactive materials
- large quantities of material generated from a business operation
Other Disposal Options:
Latex paint (water is listed as an ingredient or soap and water for brush cleaning will be listed) should be dried out by placing cat litter, sand or crumpled newspaper in can; when dry, place at curb with your weekly pickup.
Midland Recyclers accepts household batteries and E-Waste year round (computer monitors & accessories, cell phones, small appliances, electric power tools, flat screen tv's only--no projection or tube type tv's); call 631-1668.
AutoZone, Quality Transmission & Auto Repair, & O'Reilly Auto Parts accept motor oil, transmission fluid and hydraulic fluid.
These collections are made possible by a partnership between the City of Midland and the Midland County Department of Public Health.