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 Somerset Regional Council area
Council services for Chemicals & Paint
Somerset Regional Council has not listed any locations where you can recycle your chemicals and paints.
Drop off locations for Chemicals and Paints
6 drop off businesses match on Chemicals and Paints within approx 60km of Esk QLD
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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Old and unwanted medicines around the home are a household hazard and can be dangerous if taken when they are out-of-date, not prescribed for you or within reach of children. To find out how to safely dispose of unwanted and out-of-date medicines visit the medicine section on this site.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.