The Teton County Hazardous Waste Collection Facility at the Adams Canyon recycling center begins collection of hazardous wastes beginning today. According to Teton County Solid Waste & Recycling Division Chief Heather Overholzer, Hazardous waste is banned fromthe Teton County Trash Transfer Station and the landfill in Sublette County and poisons, fertilizers, automotive products, flammables, corrosives and oil-based paints should not be dumped on fields, down drains or put in the trash. The facility is open by appointment only, on the first and third Tuesday of the month, from now through October. Call 733-7678 to make an appointment to responsibly dispose of your hazardous waste. JCR charges businesses a subsidized fee to safely dispose of hazardous waste, and asks residents to pay as much as they are able.