Compiled by The Bedford Citizen

Pre-registration is not required to dispose of Household Hazardous Materials, and the event is free of charge to Bedford residents. However, when you attend the event, you must show an ID or utility bill displaying your Bedford address.

The cost to the Town is over $50 per participant, whether you have 1 gallon or 10 gallons. Please be efficient and consolidate/combine with your neighbors to keep costs down and to keep this program in place for future years.

Click this link to view/print/download the 2109 Hazardous Waste Chart

Collection Location
Minuteman Household Hazardous Products Collection Facility
Lexington Landfill Site at 60 Hartwell Avenue, Lexington, MA

2019 Collection Dates – On collection dates, the facility is open from 9 am until 2 pm

  • Saturday, April 20
  • Saturday, May 18
  • Saturday, June 15
  • Saturday, July 20t
  • Saturday, August 17
  • SUNDAY, September 15
  • Saturday, October 19
  • Saturday, November 2

Collect Household Hazardous Products
Please bring at least 10 gallons or 10 pounds of household hazardous waste.
Only household quantities will be accepted under the household collection program.
Other options are available for businesses. Contact the Board of Health at 781-275-6507.
Latex paint is not accepted.

Transportation Tips

  • NEVER MIX CHEMICALS, store different items in different boxes.
  • Tighten caps and lids.
  • Leave materials in original containers.
  • Pad boxes with newspaper to minimize spills.
  • Drive directly to center.

Important Information
If you need further information about the Household Hazardous Products Collection Event, please contact the Board of Health at 781-275-6507.

If you are unable to attend one of the above events, you may attend pay-as-you-go events held at the Clean Harbors Facility in Braintree. Contact Clean Harbors at 781-380-7177 for available dates and times.

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