|Kempsey||Fri 3 June 2016||1pm–4pm||Hosted by Kempsey Shire Council|
Kempsey Waste Management Facility
638 Crescent Head Road, South Kempsey
|Tuncurry||Fri 3 June 2016||1pm–4pm||Hosted by Great LakesCouncil|
Tuncurry Waste Management Centre
Tip Road Tuncurry
|Coffs Harbour||Sat 4 June 2016||9am–3:30pm||Hosted by Coffs Harbour City Council|
Coffs Coast Recovery Park
31A Englands Road, Coffs Harbour
|Port Macquarie||Sat 4 June 2016||9am–3:30pm||Hosted by Port Macquarie Hastings Council|
Port Macquarie Waste Management Facility
Kingfisher Road Port Macquarie
|Bellingen||Sun 5 June 2016||9am–12pm||Hosted by Bellingen Shire Council|
Raleigh Waste Management Centre
146 Short Cut Road, Raleigh
|Taree||Sun 5 June 2016||9am–12pm||Hosted by Greater Taree City Council|
Bucketts Way Waste Management Facility
6839 The Bucketts Way Taree South
What can I take to a Household Chemical CleanOut event?
You can take household quantities of the following household chemicals and items – up to a maximum of 20 litres or 20 kilograms of a single item.
You can take these items to a Household Chemical CleanOut event:
1. Solvents and household cleaners
2. Floor care products
3. Ammonia-based cleaners
4. Pesticides and herbicides
6. Pool chemicals
7. Hobby chemicals
8. Acids and alkalis
9. Motor fuels
You can take these items to either a Household Chemical CleanOut event, or to a Community Recycling Centre.
1. Fluorescent globes and tubes
2. Smoke detectors
3. Paint and paint-related products
4. Gas bottles
5. Fire extinguishers
6. Car and household batteries
7. Motor oils and cooking oils
Business-related and commercial quantities of chemicals are not accepted.
This project is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.