What to do with it when you're done with it
arrowstep 2step3
Recycle your Bleach (Chlorine)

Step 1: Your Community is

Step 2: Your Selection is

Bleach (Chlorine)

Partners



Bleach (Chlorine)

About

Bleach (Chlorine)

Liquid household Bleach contains approximately 5% sodium hypochlorite solution. Liquid and vapors from Chlorine Bleach are irritating to the skin, eyes, nose and throat. DO NOT MIX BLEACH WITH OTHER CLEANERS. When mixed with substances such as ammonia, toilet bowl cleaners, drain cleaners or vinegar, Bleach forms toxic gases which can cause coughing, loss of voice, a feeling of burning or suffocation, and even death. Bleach and Bleach compounds should be disposed of as hazardous waste.

FREE HOUSEHOLD HAZARDOUS WASTE (HHW) DISPOSAL
If you live in Clark County or one of its cities, you may dispose of unwanted household hazardous waste products at any of the following HHW collection sites or events. Eligible senior and citizens with disabilities who are unable to transport HHW to a collection site or event may call (360) 397-6118 ext. 4352 to see if they qualify for a free home pick up. Business-generated hazardous waste will not be accepted.

To dispose of your HHW products at a county-sponsored disposal site:

DO:
• Keep HHW products separate (do not mix).
• Bring products in their original containers when possible.
• Seal products to prevent leaks and spills.
• Keep products away from the driver and passengers, i.e., in a trunk, truck bed, or trailer.
• Keep children and pets away from collection sites and events.

DO NOT:
• Exceed 25 gallons or 220 pounds of HHW per event.
• Bring unlabeled, empty or leaking containers, asbestos, explosives or ammunition, radioactive or infectious waste, or business-generated waste to the collection site.


Disposal Options