Hazardous Waste in Your House?Posted Aug 31, 2018
As DIY home improvement projects skyrocket, many people are left wondering: What do I do with the leftover paint? Or, what should I do with the old CFLs now that I replaced them with LEDs?
Even if you haven't finished a remodeling project, it's very likely your home contains hazardous materials. Batteries, lightbulbs, mercury thermometers, paint and pesticides are just a few, common hazardous products in the average home. And don't forget about mercury thermostats!
Check out this list of potentially hazardous materials in your home and how to dispose of them properly and safely. Click here.