Jefferson County will once again be hosting a household hazardous waste collection Thursday, Oct. 3 from 5 to 7 p.m.
The collection point will be at the County Road Shop at 813 N. First Street.
The items that will be accepted include cleaning products, lawn and garden chemicals, paint, used oil, florescent light bulbs and other hazardous household items. The site will also be accepting antifreeze.
The public is asked to please bring materials in disposable containers no larger than five gallons or 50 pounds. The containers will not be returned once emptied.
The items that will not be accepted include tires, appliances, science lab chemicals, items containing asbestos, wood preservatives, PCBs, explosives or items in commercial quantities.