ROADS in Segensworth were closed while the emergency servcies investigated a possible hazardous material.
The alarm was raised earlier this afternoon by a member of staff at Segensworth Household Waste Recycling Centre on Barnes Wallis Road.
The police, fire service and ambulance were called to the scene at 2.10pm.
As a precaution Barnes Wallis Road and Cartwright Drive were closed and reopened around 6pm.
Kevin Lloyd-Spencer, from Hampshire Fire and Rescue, said that three fire engines, one specialist equipment vehicle and a dangerous material van were on the scene.
He confirmed that nobody had been hurt, but that the ambulance were there as a precaution.
The fire service had been treating it as a hazardous material but none was found.
A spokesman from Hampshire Constabulary said: ‘The cordons have now been removed. Officers attended and examined the item and there are no safety or health risks.’