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Mercury thermometers

If you have a household mercury thermometer, we suggest you call your local solid waste or streets department to ask when and where your next local household hazardous waste collection program will be held. In the meantime, store your thermometer in a rigid plastic container or a plastic bag, out of reach of children.

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Mercury thermometer collections

The DNR encourages local governments and businesses to collect mercury thermometers from the public and from schools. This will help minimize public health risks from broken thermometers and keep mercury out of the environment.

Last Revised: Friday December 23 2016