Carbon monoxide detectors (only) go in the trash.

If you have a combination unit that also has a smoke detector included, contact the manufacturer for proper disposal options. Manufacturer names are usually listed on the back of the unit.

You can also bring a combo unit to one of OCRRA's Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Offs. You must make a reservation in advance.

Household Hazardous Waste Drop-Offs are just one of the many great services OCRRA provides our community. While OCRRA provides this service for free, in reality, it costs about $50 per vehicle, to safely manage these materials! OCRRA's services are predominantly funded by trash disposal fees and the revenue generated by the sale of electricity at the WTE Facility.

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