On one day in November in Johns Creek, residents can dump leftover oils, paint and other chemicals for free.
Photo: File, Cox Media, 2013
Photo: File, Cox Media, 2013

Get rid of paint, oils, other waste for free in Johns Creek

Some people prefer to do their spring cleaning in the fall.

If you’re one of those people, or if you have a bunch of cans and bottles filled with oil, chemicals and other liquids you don’t need, here’s some good news: You can dump them for free in Johns Creek.

The city and Keep North Fulton Beautiful are hosting a Household Hazardous Waste Collection Day on Nov. 10, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Target parking lot on 5950 State Bridge Road.

To dispose of your chemicals there, you must pre-register online. The event is only open to residents of Johns Creek.


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Here’s what you can bring:

• Paint (but in less than 10 containers and less than 10 gallons)
• Herbicides and pesticides
• Motor oil
• Anti-freeze
• Gasoline
• Mercury
• Propane cylinders
• Fire extinguishers
• Smoke detectors
• Cooking oils
• Fluorescent lightbulbs

The city asks that people not bring medical waste, pharmaceuticals, ammunition, explosives or alkaline batteries.


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