Debbie Sponsler
Orange County Utilities
Phone: 407-254-9802

CANCELED: Household Hazardous and Electronic Waste Community Collection Event in Ocoee

Updated: Monday, March 16, 2020

As a precaution to help protect families and neighbors, Orange County Utilities has canceled the Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) and Electronic Waste Community Collection Event on Saturday, March 21.

At this time, Orange County residents may bring their HHW and electronic waste to a drop-off location during regular hours. Please visit for details and updates.

The following items are accepted (paint and chemicals limited to 25 gallons per vehicle):

  • Photo featuring examples of household hazardous and electronic waste: gas cans, cleaners, spray cans, paint, computer and monitor.Paint (oil & latex based)
  • Cooking oil & grease
  • Household chemicals
  • Pesticides & herbicides
  • Rechargeable & lead acid batteries
  • Drain cleaners & pool chemicals
  • Mercury-containing lamps & devices
  • Automobile fluids & cleaning products
  • Electronics**
  • Varnish & stains
  • Propane tanks (20-lb. max)
  • Fuels

Participants are prohibited from bringing biologically active materials, radioactive materials, explosives, tires, ammunition, fireworks, emergency flares, prescription drugs, or pressurized cylinders. No commercial waste accepted.

*An item is considered electronic waste if it contains a circuit board.

**Rear-projection TVs are not accepted.

For more information, please call the Orange County Utilities Solid Waste Hotline at 407-836-6601, visit us online at, or send an email to

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