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Advanced Environmental Options, Inc. has conducted numerous Household Hazardous Waste (HHW), Special Waste, Universal Waste, Temporary One-Day and Agricultural and Pesticide Collection Events throughout the Southeastern United States.  We have collected paints, solvents, batteries, electronic equipment, fluorescent lamps, pesticides, cleaners and other hazardous materials during these one-day, multi-day and mobile events. 

AEO's HHW specialists explore all options to meet your HHW management objectives while keeping you in compliance of all local, state and federal regulations.  A HHW specialist will meet with you prior to your collection event to discuss staffing, site planning, recycling and disposal options, transportation and event cost.  Recycling, reclamation and reuse options will help reduce disposal fees and minimize impact on the environment.  AEO is fully licensed and permitted at both state and federal levels to transport all waste generated therefore further simplifying your role in the event. 

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Types of Household Hazardous Wastes Collected:

  • Adhesives, glues and resins
  • Car, nicad, button style (hearing aid, etc.) and dry cell batteries
  • Latex, oil and spray paints
  • Hobby and art supplies
  • Engine degreasers and fluids, transmission fluids, brake fluids, antifreeze
  • Stains, paint thinners and strippers
  • Rust preventatives, solvents and sealers
  • Creosote
  • Hydrochloric acids
  • Radiator cleaners and fluids
  • Waste fuels
  • Aerosol cans
  • Household cleansers (bleaches, ammonia, floor, drain, oven, etc.)
  • Cleaners and spot removers
  • Computers and electronic equipment
  • Photography chemicals and chemisty sets
  • Dry cleaning fluids
  • Metal polish
  • Swimming pool chemicals
  •  Insecticides, pesticides, herbicides, weed killers and poisons
  • Propane tanks and cylinders
  • Cesspool and septic tank cleaners
  • Fertilizers
  • Wood preservatives

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Last Updated on Tuesday, 27 September 2016 15:43