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Household Hazardous Material

: 5640 Carey Ave, Davenport, IA 52807

Phone: (563) 386-9575

Directions: Take 53rd Street to Carey Avenue and turn north. Drive through the cul-de-sac and into the Scott Area Recycling Center drop-off recycling area. [See map.]

Winter Hours October-April

7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Monday-Friday

Summer Hours May-September
7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. Monday
7:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Tuesday-Friday

Open 8 a.m.-11:30 a.m. the first Saturday of the month year-round.

Closed holidays. Appointments are no longer necessary for residents. Businesses need to make an appointment.

Waste Commission of Scott County’s Household Hazardous Material (HHM) Facilities serve Scott County and Rock Island County residents and businesses that generate a limited amount of hazardous material such as paints, pesticides and cleaners, motor oil, oil filters and antifreeze. Auto fluids are accepted through the HHM program; the facility no longer has an unattended station for dropping off automotive fluids pursuant to a permit through the Iowa Department of Natural Resources.

Fees: There is no charge for Scott and Rock Island County residents to bring household hazardous material to the facility. Rock Island County Waste Management Agency covers the costs for Rock Island County residents. All other counties' residents are charged like businesses - up to a maximum of $35. Businesses are charged according to the type and quantity of waste and should contact our Hazardous Management Team by e-mail or phone at (563) 381-1300 for assistance.

Acceptable Items:
Hazardous products can be found throughout the home. Look in the kitchen, bathroom, basement and garage for items such as cleaners, paints, pesticides or automotive products. See a list of acceptable items here.


  • No smoking.
  • Keep items in original containers and never mix materials together,
  • Label containers that are unmarked.
  • Glass containers should be packed to prevent breakage.
  • Transport material separate from passengers and pets in vehicle, preferably in the trunk.
  • To expedite your service, please plan to leave containers with us. If you wish to keep auto-fluid containers, we may ask you to pull to the side and wait as we pour off your fluids.

 Learn more about the Household Hazardous Materials Facility in our hazardous materials section.

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