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Date

Saturday, 25 June 2022 - 9:00am to 3:30pm
Sunday, 26 June 2022 - 9:00am to 3:30pm

The next Household Chemical CleanOut will be held at Mona Vale Beach car park.

Items that can be dropped off include household cleaners, pesticides and herbicides, poisons, motor fuels, fluorescent globes, acids, smoke detectors, gas bottles, fire extinguishers as well as car and household batteries. View the full list

Only household chemical quantities (a maximum of 20kg or 20 litres per item) will be accepted (per drop off - with the exception of paint). 

Householders and commercial/trade painters can bring up to 100L of paint for free. 

Traffic control

As a safety requirement residents must be in a vehicle to drop off unwanted household chemicals. You will be required to stay in your car so that NSW Health orders on 1.5m social distancing can be complied with. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

Please follow the instructions of the traffic controllers and be aware that there may be traffic delays.

Storing and transporting unwanted chemicals

Hosted by the NSW Environment Protection Authority and supported by Northern Beaches Council.

Now is the perfect time to clean out the garage and cupboards of your hazardous household chemicals and items in preparation for the EPA Chemical CleanOut.

The next Household Chemical CleanOut will be held at Warringah Aquatic Centre car park.

Items that can be dropped off include household cleaners, pesticides and herbicides, poisons, motor fuels, fluorescent globes, acids, smoke detectors, gas bottles, fire extinguishers as well as car and household batteries. View the full list

Only household chemical quantities (a maximum of 20kg or 20 litres per item) will be accepted (per drop off - with the exception of paint). 

Householders and commercial/trade painters can bring up to 100L of paint for free. 

Traffic control

As a safety requirement residents must be in a vehicle to drop off unwanted household chemicals. You will be required to stay in your car so that NSW Health orders on 1.5m social distancing can be complied with. Walk-ins will not be accepted.

Please follow the instructions of the traffic controllers and be aware that there may be traffic delays.

Storing and transporting unwanted chemicals

Hosted by the NSW Environment Protection Authority and supported by Northern Beaches Council.

Contact information

NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA)
131 555

Location

Mona Vale Beach car park
Surfview Road
Mona Vale NSW 2103
Map of EPA Household Chemical CleanOut

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