Household Hazardous Waste Day in Beverly Open to Salem Residents
March 24, 8:00 a.m. to noon, Beverly High School
Since July 2009 the Cities of Salem and Beverly have partnered to offer each City’s residents the opportunity to participate in both a fall and spring hazardous waste program. The next such household hazardous waste day will take place at Beverly High School, March 24, from 8:00 a.m. to noon. Residents from both communities can drop off hazardous materials with a payment of $20.
Residents can drop off general hazardous waste materials such as light bulbs, automotive oil, pesticides, oil-based paint, motor oil and car batteries, rechargeable batteries, propane tanks, tires and aerosol cans. A driver’s license is required to prove residency. No e-waste will be collected on March 24 at Beverly High School.
Please note that this household hazardous waste collection day had previously been scheduled and announced for April 24. It will no longer take place on April 24 and, instead, take place on March 24.
Additional information on waste collection can be found at https://www.salem.com/recycling-and-trash.