Household Hazardous Waste


household_wasteBecause we operate a "sanitary landfill", no hazardous waste is allowed to enter the landfill. We have inspectors that do random checks for household hazardous waste that is entering the waste stream multiple times each day. Keeping household hazardous waste out of our landfill is not only a legal requirement; it also protects the local environment, water supply, and the health and safety of our employees.

If you have household hazardous waste in your home, please separate it and bring it to the Logan Landfill Household Hazardous Waste Facility. Most hazardous materials do not have a fee for disposal for residential customers. Commercial customers must dispose of their own hazardous materials.

If a container is empty, unless the packaging states otherwise, it can go out with your regular trash. Please do not dump chemicals or pills down your drain.

There are several drop sites throughout Cache County for proper medication disposal. Information can be found at the Bear River Health Department by following this link: Medication Disposal Drop Sites.

These Items are FREE to dispose of at the landfill:

    • Antifreeze

    • Batteries (vehicle & household)

    • Bleach

    • Computers & computer monitors

    • Fertilizers and other yard chemicals

    • Gasoline & unwanted fuels

    • Household Cleaning Agents

    • Insecticides/ Pesticides / Fungicides

    • Items that contain MERCURY: thermostats thermometers , & fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs).

    • Motor Oil

(limit of 5 gallons/day per resident or 55 gallons/day per farmer)

  • Paint

  • Paint thinner

  • Pool & Spa Chemicals

  • Propane Cylinders

  • Tagged A/C or refrigeration unit w/ certificate of Freon removal

  • Television

  • Transmission fluid

  • Any product with the words Caution, Warning, or Danger on the label

Household Hazardous Waste Pricing Schedule:


Tagged A/C or Refrigeration units 

(with certificate of Freon removal)


Materials considered Household Hazardous Waste ***


Car tire (15 inches or less)

$2.00 per tire

Truck tire (15 inches to 20 inches)

$5.00 per tire

Truck tire (20 inches to 25 inches)

$10.00 per tire

Tractor tire (any tire over 25 inches)

$100.00 per tire

Tire Rim

$5.00 per rim


$500.00/ton plus $17.50/ton special handling fee

Untagged A/C or Refrigeration units 

(with Freon still inside)


Follow the links for more information about household hazardous waste:

Think about alternatives to chemicals that you may use in your home. For example, there are several natural cleaning supply recipes and pest control remedies on line. Be creative! You just may save money and feel better about cleaning your home without chemicals.