Consider having your antifreeze changed at your local service station, which is equipped to collect and store it for recycling. Ask your local service station or oil change company if they will accept used antifreeze for recycling. Fees may apply.
Municipal Disposal Sites:
Brookfield City Recycle Center (for City of Brookfield residents only)
19700 Riverview Dr., Brookfield, Wisconsin 53045
Elm Grove Public Works Garage (for Village of Elm Grove residents only)
900 Wall St., Elm Grove, Wisconsin 53122
Hartland Department of Public Works (for Village of Hartland residents only)
701 Progress Dr., Hartland, Wisconsin 53029
Town of Lisbon Garage/Fire Station
N72 W24958 Good Hope Rd., Sussex, Wisconsin 53089
Town of Merton Transfer Station (For Town of Merton Residents Only)
N78W24958 Petersen Rd., Hartland, Wisconsin 53029
New Berlin Recycling Drop-Off
3711 S. Casper Dr., New Berlin, Wisconsin 53151 (just past City Hall - look for the yellow gate & sign)
Oconomowoc City Department of Public Works (For City of Oconomowoc Residents Only)
630 S. Worthington St., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin 53066
Oconomowoc Town Department of Public Works (For Town of Oconomowoc Residents Only)
W359 N6812 Brown St., Oconomowoc, Wisconsin 53066
Pewaukee Village Garage (For Village of Pewaukee Residents Only)
552 Hickory St., Pewaukee, Wisconsin 53072
Vernon Town Hall (For Town of Vernon Residents Only)
W249 S8910 Center Dr., Big Bend, Wisconsin 53103
Waukesha City Drop-Off Site
900 Sentry Dr., Waukesha, Wisconsin 53186
Due to COVID-19, hours and operations may have changed. Please check with each business or municipality prior to bringing items for disposal.
No endorsement of any business is intended.
Fees may apply.
There are no publicly-owned landfills in Waukesha County.
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