Hazardous waste

Whylandra waste and recycling centre and Community Recycling Centre

    Domestic quantities (up to 20kg or 20 litre container size) of the following household hazardous wastes can be dropped off at the Whylandra Waste and Recycling Centre in Cooba Road seven days a week at not charge as well as at the Wellington Waste Transfer Station Wednesday - Monday also at no charge:

    • Household batteries
    • Car batteries
    • Gas bottles
    • Smoke detectors
    • Fluorescent lightglobes and tubes
    • E-waste and old TVs
    • Used motor oil
    • Used oil filters (charge applies)
    • Paint
    • Fire extinguishers.
    • Other oils (transmission, cooking, etc)

    Chemical and Hazardous Waste Disposal Services

    The next Western Plains Regional Council free Chemical Waste Clean Out will be held on 22 October 2016.

    Residents will be able to drop odd unwanted or out-of-date chemicals and hazardous products at the Dubbo Showground from 8am to 4pm (access via the Wingewarra Street entrance).

    What can be dropped off:

    • Paint (including thinners, varnish, etc)
    • Pesticides, herbicides and poisons
    • Solvents and Household Cleaners
    • Household batteries
    • Car batteries
    • Gas bottles
    • Smoke detectors
    • Fluorescent lightglobes and tubes
    • Fire extinguishers
    • E-waste (up to 10 items per customer)
    • Used motor oil
    • Acids and alkalis (including pool chemicals)
    • Pharmaceuticals
    What can't be dropped off:
    • Asbestos
    • Empty containers
    • Farm chemicals
    • Mobile phones
    • General garbage
    • Intractable waste
    • Flares and/or ammunition
    • Tyres
    • Infectious clinical and medical waste


    • Only domestic household quantities accepted - 20 litre or 20 kg maximum container size
    • The service is not available to businesses or for materials delivered in commercial quantities, however businesses can contact the current service provider, Toxfree directly on 1300 869 373 prior to the collection day to arrange a service at their cost.
    • Take care to ensure chemicals are transported safely and are not leaking from their containers.
    • Remember that chemical and hazardous materials should never be placed in your garbage or recycling wheelie bins.
    • For more information contact: www.cleanout.com.au

    Last Edited: 02 Dec 2016