CleanOut your chemicals the right way. Check accepted materials, dates and locations for the next service.
The correct way to dispose of potentially hazardous chemicals is through the CleanOut program. CleanOut is a FREE service for the safe disposal of a range of common household chemicals which could cause harm to human health and the environment if not disposed correctly.
CleanOut events are held at various locations throughout NSW at specified dates throughout the year. See the locations and dates below or contact your local council for more information. Locations and dates are subject to change, so please check the schedule prior to attending your next event.
Inquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or phone the Environment Line 131 555.
Locations and dates are subject to change, so please check prior to drop-off. Materials are not accepted outside advertised times and patrons are advised against illegal dumping.
Dates for the new financial year 2021-2022:
Please be advised that the Household Chemical Cleanout which was to be held on 28 and 29 August 2021 has been postponed due to current Covid restrictions throughout the state.
The event will be postponed to a later date yet to be determined.
We apologise for any inconvenience this may cause and will post new dates as soon as they become available.
At CleanOut events household quantities, up to a maximum 20 litres or 20 kilograms of a singular item, will be accepted.
Business-related and commercial quantities are not accepted at CleanOut events. Telephone the Environment Line on 131 555 to find out the correct disposal methods for businesses. However trade painters can drop off up to 100 litres of paint thanks to Paintback
Paintback is an initiative designed to divert unwanted paint and packaging away from landfill.
This is the first time the cleanout days have specifically targeted trade painters and provided an opportunity to dispose of higher quantities of paint.
In the past only 20 litres could be disposed of, which has now been extended to 100 litres per customer. We encourage local tradies to take this up and dispose of those leftover or old tins of paint they aren’t ever going to use.
You can drop off:
Please handle and transport chemicals carefully: