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Household Problem Waste

Throughout the year Campbelltown residents can dispose of materials such as paint, fluoro light globes and tubes, car batteries, motor and cooking oils, smoke detectors, gas bottles and more at the following locations:

 Facility Location More Information
Liverpool Community Recycling Centre 99 Rose Street, Liverpool Opening times and accepted items
Penrith Community Recycling Centre  96 Dunheved Circuit, St Marys Opening times and accepted items
Wingecarribee Community Recycling Centre 177 Berrima Road, Moss Vale Opening times and accepted items

 

This service is for household quantities only (no commercial operators).

Things to remember when disposing of these items
  • Transport your items carefully to avoid breakages and leakages
  • Household quantities means 20kgs or 20L. Some locations will take up to 100L of paint (in maximum of 20L containers) - please check the accepted items at each location first
  • For safety reasons broken globes will not be accepted for recycling - these should be carefully placed in a strong plastic bag, sealed and disposed of in your general waste bin.

The materials collected at these centres are sent to various recyclers to be processed in accordance with strict environmental standards.

Household Chemicals

Campbelltown hosts the local annual Household Chemical CleanOut event. This is a chance for local residents to dispose of household chemicals in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.

Similar events are held across Sydney during the year and event details are provided on the NSW EPA CleanOut website.

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