Chemicals and Paints Recycling Hotline

Household Chemical waste and hazardous materials include household cleaners, automotive products, garden chemicals, paints, thinners, adhesives, varnishes, pool cleaners, batteries and asbestos.

Paintback is a cost-effective solution for households and trade painters to remove unwanted paint and packaging, providing 70 disposl locations nationally. Click for a location near you and further information about the program.


Chemical Waste/Hazardous Collection in the Longreach Regional Council area

Council services for Chemicals & Paint

Longreach Regional Council has not listed any locations where you can recycle your chemicals and paints.

Sorry, there are no businesses listed for you to drop off Chemicals and Paints

Pick up locations for Chemicals and Paints

8 pick up businesses match your query on Chemicals and Paints

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Business Name Details Picks up Fees Approved Provider
Toxfree Click Business Name for details Nationally May apply
Cleanaway - A Transpacific Business Please contact Cleanaway on 13 13 39 to enquire about p... Qld May apply
SITA-MediCollect Click Business Name for details Nationally May apply
Steve's Rubbish Removals Click Business Name for details Qld May apply
Planet Paints Pty Ltd We currently service Toowoomba and surrounds, Brisbane,... Qld (Metro Area Only) May apply
REMONDIS Australia Pty Ltd REMONDIS collects recycling and waste streams in bins r... Nationally May apply
ChemClear ChemClear undertakes 2-3 state or regional collections ... Nationally Free
Suttons Skips You must rent a skip bin from Suttons Skips. Qld May apply

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Old and unwanted medicines around the home are a household hazard and can be dangerous if taken when they are out-of-date, not prescribed for you or within reach of children. To find out how to safely dispose of unwanted and out-of-date medicines visit the medicine section on this site.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.