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  • Where can I find who I contact to notify the city of a hazardous house?
    Cities, counties, and states maintain websites for public information and resources. In some municipalities, the fire department deals with handling hazardous waste materials. Also, depending on the hazard, is the building's structure unsafe? Or is it something else? Begin with the city website; each department has its contact information. Since google geographically targets browsers, simply searching under a few keywords can list what is available in your area. There are generally five different categories of waste. (HHW)Household Hazardous Waste - Motor oils, chemicals/pools, pharmaceuticals, pesticides, anti-freeze, paint, household cleaners and polishers, batteries, and so forth. E-waste (Electronic Waste) - These items include computers, printers, peripherals, TVs and other electronic devices, toasters, blenders, etc. Universal Waste - Items with mercury, such as electronic equipment, batteries, bulb, etc. Here's a link to examples of universal waste, which should give you a good idea. The other 2 are bulbs (fluorescence) and home-generated sharps, according to 'Environmental Services Bureau.' Google that bureau, and you should see it listed in the SERPs. Providing the link to connect to the agency directly doesn't always work, as they change their URLs from time to time. (Staff)
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