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Free Household Chemical CleanOut Event
Come along to Council’s free Household Chemical CleanOut to safely dispose of household and garden chemicals.
WHEN: Saturday October 13, 2018 9:00am – 3:30pm
WHERE: Bankstown Paceway, 178 Eldridge Rd, Condell Park
Bring your leftover paint, batteries, pesticides, herbicides, motor and other oils, brake fluid and pool chemicals to the City of Canterbury Bankstown’s Household Chemical Collection events held twice a year. The NSW Environmental Protection Agency provides these free Household Chemical Collection services for all NSW residents.
You can also drop off your old household chemicals, any time of the year, at one of the many permanent
Community Recycling Centres.
If you miss Council’s Household Chemical Collections, don’t worry, there are a number of existing industry supported programs to collect left over paint, used lead-acid batteries, old medicines and other hazardous household materials.
Paintback to find a local drop-off point which will accept up to 100 litres of leftover paint, or check out the
Recycling Near You website for additional leftover paint collections near you.
Take your old AA, AAA, C, D and 9 volt batteries to a local Aldi store for safe recycling. If you have other old batteries, such as car and boat batteries, your local Battery World will accept all used batteries for recycling. By recycling your used batteries you help reduce hazardous waste ending up in landfills.
To find a battery recycling location near you, go to
Battery World or Planet Ark’s
Recycling Near You website.
Identify expired or old medicines lying around your house and take them to ANY local pharmacy in Australia. The national
Return Unwanted Medicines program provides a convenient and safe way to collect and dispose of unwanted medicines.
Recycle your used motor oil by placing it in an empty oil container and taking it to your local used oil collection point. Existing oil recycling collection facilities include
Resource Recovery Centres, Community Recycling Centres or other resource processing facilities.