Did you know each person in the U.S. generates an average of 4 pounds of harmful household waste a year?
What Are Harmful Household Products?
Harmful household products (HHPs) include any item used for everyday household cleaning and upkeep, but contains substances that are unhealthy to people and the environment if disposed of improperly. Batteries, oven cleaner, paint thinners, used stereo equipment, and even some antibiotics and pain medications are considered HHPs because of the abrasive contents they hold even after they're consumed. Read More »