Household Hazardous Waste

Please call 907-201-8472 if you have any questions regarding household hazardous waste disposal or the reuse Paint and Materials Exchange.​

Locations & Hours

Anchorage Regional Landfill

​15500 Eagle River Loop Road, Eagle River, Alaska

​Tuesday to Saturday -- 8:00am to 5:00pm​

​Central Transfer Station​

1208 E. 56th Ave

Monday - Saturday -- 8:00am to 4:30pm

Rules & Regulations

Drop-off services are FREE for households only (40 pounds or less limit). A hazardous waste pick-up service also is available on a call-in basis. Please call 907-201-8472 for questions. 

Ammunition/explosives, asbestos, smoke alarms, and pharmaceuticals/meds are NOT accepted at these facilities.


Businesses must qualify as Conditionally Exempt Small Quantity Generators or CESQGs. CESQGs are companies that generate less than 220 pounds of any hazardous wastes per month. 

Disposal rates for CESQGs vary by product and quantity. Typical CESQG rates range from $0.50 to $1.00 per pound. 

Drop off hazardous household materials including:



Art and Hobby Supplies


Batteries (auto)


Batteries (non-auto):

up to 40lbs daily (max 220lbs per month)



up to 5 gallons or up to 40lbs




Fluorescent lamps and bulbs



diesel, gasoline, kerosene, propane


Lamp ballasts


Paints, solvents, and preservatives:

Latex paint is not a hazardous waste, 

but must be dried before disposal.

Find more information here​.

up to 5 gallons or up to 40lbs


Pesticides and herbicides:

up to 5 gallons or up to 40lbs


Photographic chemicals:

up to 5 gallons or up to 40lbs


Resins and adhesives:

up to 5 gallons or up to 40lbs


Used oil

Up to five gallons will be accepted at all SWS facilities in a separate collection area. These areas are open during the same hours as the facilities where they are located. The used motor oil is later refined; some of it goes for use in ship engines, or back into usable oil for autos. An additional five gallons will be accepted at CTS for an additional charge of $1.00 per gallon.





While you’re at the ARL or CTS facilities, be sure to visit the Paint & Materials Exchange. When the public drops off hazardous materials, SWS checks them and put the usable products in the Haz Bin. 

For example, SWS takes in 50 to 100 gallons of paint each week. Sometimes good paint comes in unopened. You might also be able to pick up some household cleaning solvents, auto fluids, or lawn and garden chemicals, depending on availability. 

Reuse Hours

Open during normal Household Hazardous Waste business hours.​