Manchester, Connecticut

Fire Extinguishers and Carbon Monoxide Detectors



FIRE EXTINGUISHERS when full are under pressure and may explode when combined with other materials. They cannot be discarded with curbside garbage or brought to a Houshold Hazardous Waste collection event. Residents may try calling Manchester Fire Extinguisher to learn about potential disposal options, 860-646-2632, or, may discharge the tank in a safe location, at which point it has been depressurized and can be thrown away as trash if it is plastic, or recycled as scrap metal at the Town's Transfer Station if it is a metal extinguisher. 

http://www.ct.gov/deep/cwp/view.asp?a=2718&q=325496&deepNav_GID=1645%20#Fire

CARBON MONOXIDE DETECTORS do not contain radioactive material, so you can treat them as you would photoelectric smoke detectors. Check with the manufacturer to see if they have a take-back program. If they do not, remove the battery from your carbon monoxide detector and recycle it.

http://recyclenation.com/2015/06/how-to-recycle-smoke-detectors