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  • What do I do with my waste antifreeze?
    The following is a list of recycling facilities and/or transfer stations in New Hampshire that currently accept used/waste antifreeze. The type of waste the facility accepts changes from time to time. Call your local facility to make sure they accept used/waste antifreeze and for their current operating hours.
     
    Bedford Holderness Northfield
    Bennington Hollis Peterborough
    Bradford Hooksett Plymouth
    Canterbury Lancaster Portsmouth
    Chesterfield Lempster Rindge
    Concord Lincoln Swanzey
    Dover Littleton Wakefield
    Fitzwilliam Lisbon Walpole
    Goffstown Manchester Warner
    Goshen Moultonborough Warren
    Henniker New Boston Washington
    Hillsborough    

    For additional information on Household Hazardous Waste contact HHW Coordinator at (603) 271-2047 or hhw@des.nh.gov.

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  • What do I do with my waste batteries?
    The following is a list of recycling facilities and/or transfer stations in New Hampshire that currently accept all used/waste batteries. The type of waste that the facility accepts changes from time to time. Call your local facility to make sure they accept batteries and for their current operating hours.
     
    Acworth Hanover Newton
    Amherst Holderness Ossipee
    Andover Hooksett Pelham
    Bennington Hudson Peterborough
    Chester Jefferson Rindge
    Chesterfield Kensington Rollinsford
    Colebrook Lincoln Rumney
    Cornish Littleton Sanbornton
    Dover Manchester Sandwich
    Dublin Marlborough Wakefield
    Durham Meredith Walpole
    Franconia Merrimack Warner
    Gilmanton Milford Warren
    Greenland New Boston Whitefield

    The following list of recycling facilities and/or transfer stations in New Hampshire currently accept only rechargeable batteries. Rechargeable batteries include: lithium-ion, small sealed lead-acid (under two pounds), nickel metal hydride (Ni-MH) and nickel cadmium (Ni-Cd) batteries. The type of waste that the facility accepts changes from time to time. Call your local facility to make sure they accept batteries and for their current operating hours.

    Alton Hillsboro Newfields
    Bennington Holderness Northwood
    Chesterfield Hooksett Pelham
    Cornish Keene Peterborough
    Derry Lempster Piermont
    Dover Lincoln Portsmouth
    Dublin Lisbon Rye
    Dunbarton Littleton Sanbornton
    Durham Manchester Shelburne
    Enfield Marlborough Stark
    Franconia Meredith Swanzey
    Goffstown Milford Wakefield
    Grantham Moultonborough Walpole
    Henniker New Boston Warner

    For additional information on Household Hazardous Waste contact HHW Coordinator at (603) 271-2047 or hhw@des.nh.gov.

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  • What do I do with my waste cathode ray tubes?
    The following list of recycling facilities and/or transfer stations in New Hampshire currently accept computers and color televisions that contain CRTs, as well as some other electronics. Some recycling facilities and/or transfer stations may charge a fee to dispose of your computers and televisions. The type of waste the facility accepts changes from time to time. Call your local facility to make sure they recycle CRTs and for their current operating hours.
     
    Andover Holderness Ossipee
    Belmont Hooksett Pelham
    Bennington Keene Peterborough
    Bethlehem Laconia Plymouth
    Charlestown Lempster Portsmouth
    Dover Lisbon Rumney
    Dublin Littleton Sanbornton
    Dunbarton Manchester Sandown
    Durham Marlboro Sandwich
    Enfield Moultonborough Stark
    Franklin Nashua Warner
    Gilford New Boston Washington
    Grantham Northfield Waterville Valley
    Hampton Northwood
     
    Barnstead, Chichester, Epsom Pittsfield (BCEP) Facility in Pittsfield

    For additional information on Household Hazardous Waste contact HHW Coordinator at (603) 271-2047 or hhw@des.nh.gov.

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  • What do I do with my waste lamps?
    The following is a list of recycling facilities and/or transfer stations in New Hampshire that currently accept universal waste lamps. The type of waste the facilities accept changes from time to time. Call your local facility to make sure they accept universal waste lamps and for their current operating hours.
     
    Alton Groton Northwood
    Amherst Hancock Ossipee
    Andover Hillsboro Pelham
    Ashland Holderness Peterborough
    Bennington Hollis Plymouth
    Bethlehem Hooksett Portsmouth
    Boscawen Jaffrey Rumney
    Bow Keene Rye
    Campton Lancaster Salisbury
    Canterbury Lempster Sanbornton
    Charlestown Lincoln Sandown
    Conway Lisbon Stark
    Derry Litchfield Sutton
    Dover Littleton Wakefield
    Dublin Manchester Walpole
    Dunbarton Marlborough Warner
    Durham Moultonborough Warren
    Enfield New Boston Washington
    Franconia New London Waterville Valley
    Goffstown Newfields Wilmot
    Grantham Newton Wolfeboro

    For additional information on Household Hazardous Waste contact HHW Coordinator at (603) 271-2047 or hhw@des.nh.gov.

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  • What do I do with my waste mercury-containing devices?
    The following list of recycling facilities and/or transfer stations in New Hampshire currently accept mercury- containing devices. The facilities commodities continuously change. Call your local facility to make sure they accept mercury-containing devices and for current operating hours.
     
    Derry Keene Peterborough
    Dover Lincoln Rumney
    Dublin Lisbon Sanbornton
    Dunbarton Manchester Swanzey
    Enfield Meredith Wakefield
    Goffstown Moultonborough Walpole
    Grantham New Boston Warner
    Henniker Newfields Warren
    Holderness Newport Washington
    Hooksett Pelham  

    For additional information on Household Hazardous Waste contact HHW Coordinator at (603) 271-2047 or hhw@des.nh.gov.




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