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Household Chemical Waste Disposal
The Mobile Cruiser travels to Midlothian to collect leftover household chemicals once a year between March and November. Check with Public Works at 972-775-1083 or visit our website event calendar to find out when the Crud Cruiser will be in Midlothian. In order to participate in this program, residents must purchase a voucher from the City of Midlothian Utility Billing office (102 W. Ave. E, M-F, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.). The residents living inside the city limits will be charged $20.00 and anyone outside of the city limits will be required to pay the $50.00 fee.
Hazardous Waste Collection Event Set for May 13, 2023
Acids, aerosol cans, antifreeze, batteries (all kinds, including car batteries), brake fluid, cooking oil, craft chemicals, degreasers, drain cleaner, fertilizer, fluorescent light bulbs, compact fluorescent light bulbs (CFLs), herbicides, household chemicals, motor oil, paints & stains (limit of 30 gallons per address), paint thinners, pest strips, pesticides, photo chemicals, pool chemicals, oil filters, solvents, transmission fluid and varnish.
Accepted Waste Quantities
- Automotive fluids: 10 gallons
- Cleaning chemicals: 10 gallons
- Cooking oil: 10 gallons
- Lawn, garden, and pool chemicals: 20 gallons
- Light bulbs: 20 bulbs
- Paint and painting supplies: 30 gallons
What’s NOT Accepted?
Ammunition, explosives, asbestos, building materials, butane/propane cylinders, appliances, electronics, medicines, medical waste, PCBs, radioactive material, smoke detectors, tires, bulk trash, and yard waste.
Need More Info?
If you have questions about a specific waste not listed above call the ECC at 817-392-5275 to find out if it’s accepted.
Additional instructions for disposing of waste:
- If a product is still usable, give it to someone who can use it instead of bringing it for disposal.
- Bring your voucher purchased from the Utility Billing Department at City Hall, 104 W. Avenue E.
- Bring liquid paint sorted by type (i.e. latex, oil-based, and lead-based).
- Keep chemicals in their original containers; place broken or leaking containers in a second container of like material (i.e. glass for corrosives, metal for flammables).
- If a container has no label and its contents are known, please place a label on the container clearly stating the contents.
- Do not transport chemicals in the passenger compartment of your vehicle. Put them in the trunk.