Household Chemical CleanOut

The 2018 Household Chemical CleanOut program are being held at the following Waste Facilities:

Bombala Landfill  Jindabyne Landfill
Address: 191 Bucky Springs Road, Bombala
Address: 6013 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne

Saturday 24 November 2018
Time: 10.00am - 2.30pm

Sunday 25 November 2018
Time: 10.00am - 3.00pm
Household Chemical CleanOut 2018 Combined Bombala and Jindabyne poster
Household Chemical CleanOut Logo
More information

Clean Out Hotline 
1300 787 870

NSW Environment Protection Authority (EPA) 131 555


NSW EPA Chemical CleanOut

This is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle more initiative funded from the waste levy.

You can drop off these materials:
From your garage

  • Paint & paint related products
  • Pesticides & herbicides
  • Fertilisers
  • Poisons
  • Gas bottles
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Pool chemicals
  • Hobby chemicals
  • Acids & alkalis 
  • and any unknown chemicals you may have
From your home

  • Solvents & household cleaners
  • Floor care products
  • Ammonia based cleaners
  • Fluorescent globes & tubes

From your car

  • Car batteries
  • Motor oils, fuels & fluids
Have you ever wondered what to do with those unwanted, out-of-date or leftover household chemicals found in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry, garage or garden shed?

The correct way to dispose of potentially hazardous chemicals is through the CleanOut program. CleanOut is a FREE service for the safe disposal of a range of common household chemicals which could cause harm to human health and the environment if not disposed of correctly.

Each year Snowy Monaro Regional Council hosts annual Household Chemical CleanOut events run by NSW EPA and Toxfree within the region for residents to safely dispose of unwanted pesticides, batteries, household cleaners and other chemicals. It is a free initiative and well supported in the community. 
Make your home safer by using this free service

Many common products in your kitchen, bathroom, laundry, garage or garden shed can be harmful to both your health and the environment if not disposed of correctly.

By disposing of your household chemical waste responsibly, you can: 

  • Help avoid dangerous situations
  • Reduce soil and groundwater contamination
  • Maintain clear and clean sewers and septic systems
  • Avoid corrosion of plumbing
  • Keep water, soil and plant life healthy
What happens to the chemicals collected at the CleanOut?

Many of the chemicals collected are recycled. Paints and some pesticides go to a liquid treatment plant in Homebush, batteries and gas cylinders go to recyclers and oil goes to a waste oil re-processor. Glass, aluminium, glass, mercury and phosphor powder from fluorescent lights is all recycled. Some non-recyclable materials are incinerated under strict EPA licencing.

Commercial chemical waste
Business-related and commercial quantities are not accepted at CleanOut centres. Contact the Environment Line 131 555 to find out correct disposal for businesses.
The results of Household Chemical Collections to date.
                                             Jindabyne Landfill Berridale 
Transfer Station
Cooma Landfill  Bomabla Landfill
2012 1570 kgs 1543 kgs TBC  
2013 2371 kgs 1752 kgs TBC  
2014 3480 kgs 1290 kgs TBC  
2015 2712 kgs 562 kgs TBC  
2016 2259 kgs 2545 kgs 9070 kgs  




1629 kgs

2339 kgs