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Household Hazardous Waste:  Paint, automotive fluids, pool chemicals, and pesticides, are not collected with your regular garbage.  To properly dispose of these items, you can take them to the Sarno Landfill, located at 3379 Sarno Road.  The Household Hazardous Waste Collection site is open on Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.  For more information, call (321) 255-4365.

Electronic Waste:  Residents can bring computers, televisions, printers, scanners, and other e-waste for recycling or to be refurbished to:
AERC.com, Inc., 4317 Fortune Place, West Melbourne. (Contact for cost) (321) 952-1516
Astro Marketing, Inc., 6939 Vickie Circle, West Melbourne. (321) 727-8817
Astro Too, 3060 U.S. Highway 1, Palm Bay
(Fee for monitors if they are not reusable.)
(321) 727-9010
Central Disposal Facility Household Electronics Recycling Center
2250 Adamson Road, Cocoa. (Free for Brevard County homeowners.)
(321) 633-1888
Com-Cycle, 4301 Woodland Park Drive, Suite 102, Melbourne
(contact for cost)
(321) 984-1772

Printer & Fax Cartridges:
Advanced Lazer Technology, 1923 N. Wickham Road,  #112, Melbourne. (321) 242-7735
Cartridge Mart, 1788 Canova Street, SE., Palm Bay. (321) 952-8177

Corrugated Cardboard:
Fire Station # 71 1865 W. Eau Gallie Boulevard
Fire Station # 72 2937 Sarno Road
Fire Station # 75 151 E. University Boulevard
Fire Station # 76 2470 Croton Road
Melbourne Library 540 E. Fee Avenue

Propane Tanks:
Tru-Gas Commercial, 206 E. New Haven Ave., Melbourne.
($5 disposal fee)
(321) 636-8880 or (321) 723-0626
Sarno Transfer Station, 3379 Sarno Road, Melbourne. (321) 255-4365

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