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Hours of Operation
Monday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Tuesday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Wednesday:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Thursday:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Friday:  10:00 am - 6:00 pm
Saturday & Sunday: By Appointment Only
Areas We Cover

With our HQ based in Youngtown Arizona we cover all parts of Arizona including:

Prices Starting At:

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Tucson: $495

Sahuarita $545

Tubac: $600

Bull Head City: $665

Globe: $425

Flagstaff: $513

Prescott: $400

Pinetop: $673

Winslow: $683

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​© 2023 by Canyon State Hauling

Canyon State Hauling
11551 W Retheford Rd
Youngtown, AZ 85363
Phone: 602-570-9217
Email: paul@canyonstatehauling.com

HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

Canyon State Hauling cannot move hazardous materials.

Because hazardous materials pose a threat to your household goods and to human safety, we cannot move them. So, before your possessions are packed and loaded, have a plan for giving awayhazardous materials – or disposing of them safely.

WHAT ARE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS?

These are dangerous or flammable materials that Canyon State Hauling will not transport.

  • Flammable, corrosive, or Explosive items

  • Acids

  • Aerosols

  • Ammonia

  • Ammunition

  • Car Batteries

  • Charcoal

  • Charcoal Lighter Fluid

  • Chemistry Sets

  • Cleaning Solvents

  • Darkroom Chemicals

  • Fire Extinguisher

  • Fireworks

  • Gasoline

  • Household Batteries

  • Kerosene

  • Lamp Oil

  • Liquid Bleach

  • Loaded Guns

  • Matches

  • Motor Oil

  • Nail Polish

  • Nail Polish Remover

  • Paint Thinner

  • Paints

  • Pesticides

  • Poisons

  • Pool Chemicals

  • Propane Tanks

  • Gun Reloading Supplies

  • Scuba Tanks

  • Sterno®

  • Weed Killer

SAFE DISPOSAL OF HAZARDOUS MATERIALS

How can you safely get rid of your leftover products? You may give them to a friend or neighbor who will use them, or take the products to a collection pointfor hazardous waste in your community. Your local or state health department can tell you where it is.

Some products, such as pesticides, are extremely hazardous. They will even require special care for disposing of the container. Read the labels so you know what to do for each product.

  • Never dump hazardous products.

  • Never burn hazardous wastes, not even in a barrel or stove. Burning can cause toxic gases and make hazardous ash and smoke.

  • Recycle used motor oil and antifreeze. Many auto service centers and auto parts stores will accept used motor oil or antifreeze, or both.

  • Call to dispose of mercury, a threat to your health. Fluorescent light bulbs, thermometers, thermostats, and blood pressure meters all contain mercury. Call your local trash department or health department to find out where you can recycle these products.

Online directories like Earth911 can help you find ways to recycle within your community.