Free household Chemical CleanOut on Sunday 6 August

Residents can get rid of their old and unwanted hazardous chemical waste at Liverpool Council’s Household Chemical CleanOut event.

Chemical CleanOut is a joint venture between Liverpool City Council and the NSW Environmental Protection Authority, and is a safe and free way to dispose of unwanted chemicals you may have lying around the house.

Hazardous chemicals can be dropped off at the Liverpool City Council Operations Centre, 99 Rose Street Liverpool, from 9am to 3.30pm on Sunday August 6. Hazardous chemicals will not be accepted outside these hours.

“Come down to Council’s Operations Centre on August 6 to drop off your old poisons, pool chemicals and car batteries,” said Liverpool Mayor Wendy Waller.

“Council’s last Chemical CleanOut was in February 2017 and we collected more than 11 tonnes of chemical waste.

“All chemicals collected on the day are disposed of in a safe and environmentally-friendly way.

“Take advantage of this great free service to do something good for the environment and clean out some space in your house at the same time.”

For more information call the Environment Line on 131 555 or Council’s Sustainability Education Officer on 9821 7743, or visit


Chemical CleanOut

Sunday August 6, 9am to 3:30pm

Liverpool City Council Operations Centre, 99 Rose Street Liverpool

Items accepted:

  • Solvents and household cleaners
  • Floor care products
  • Ammonia-based cleaners
  • Fluorescent globes and tubes
  • Car batteries
  • Motor oil, fuels and fluids
  • Paint and paint-related products
  • Pesticides, herbicides and poisons
  • Gas bottles
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Pool chemicals
  • Acids and alkalis