Household Chemical waste and hazardous materials include household cleaners, automotive products, garden chemicals, paints, thinners, adhesives, varnishes, pool cleaners, batteries and asbestos.
Chemical Waste/Hazardous Collection in the Bayside City Council area
Drop off locations for Chemicals and Paints
14 drop off businesses match on Chemicals and Paints within approx 60km of Bayside VIC
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Pick up locations for Chemicals and Paints
6 pick up businesses match your query on Chemicals and Paints
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|Business Name||Details||Picks up||Fees|
|www.recyclebuild.com.au||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||May apply|
|Toxfree Queensland Pty Ltd||Click Business Name for details||Nationally||May apply|
|Cleanaway - A Transpacific Business||Please contact Cleanaway to enquire about pick-up detai...||Vic||May apply|
|E&O Property Services & Rubbish Removal||Whatever the quantity or type of waste, we'll collect i...||Vic (Metro Area Only)||May apply|
|REMONDIS Australia Pty Ltd||REMONDIS collects recycling and waste streams in bins r...||Nationally||May apply|
|REMONDIS Australia Pty Ltd||Click Business Name for details||Vic||May apply|
Detox Your Home
A program run by Sustainability Victoria in conjunction with local councils
The chemicals collected include:
From the house
- Empty aerosol cans
- Floor-care products
- Ammonia based cleaners
- Insect spray
- Kitchen and bathroom cleaners
- Nail polish and remover
- Fluorescent tubes
From the shed
- Weed killer
- Pool chemicals
- Paint stripper
- Gas cylinders
- Rat poison
- Solvents and glues
From the car
- Fire extinguishers
- Car wax
- Old car batteries
- Brake fluid
- Transmission fluid
- Car body filler
For more information and to confirm items that are accepted, please call 1800 353 233 or visit sustainability.vic.gov.au
What to do with other chemicals or hazardous waste
Asbestos: As asbestos is classed as a hazardous material it may only be disposed of at certain locations in Australia. To find out how to safely dispose of asbestos visit the asbestos section on this site.
Medicines: Old and unwanted medicines around the home are a household hazard and can be dangerous if taken when they are out-of-date, not prescribed for you or within reach of children. To find out how to safely dispose of unwanted and out-of-date medicines visit the medicine section on this site.
Farm chemicals: These can be disposed of through the ChemClear Program.
Sharps: Sharps must not be placed in your recycling bin or garbage bin. For health and safety reasons, please place your sharps in a secure and strong puncture resistant container, such as an Australian Standard Sharps container. You can dispose of this container at authorised collection points.
Ammunition and Flares: These should be taken to your local police station.