Hazardous chemical disposal
A program to safely dispose of hazardous household chemicals will be held by Central Coast Council at Event Park, Kariong, on Saturday and Sunday, February 22 and 23.
Previously held at the Council's Woy Woy depot, the Kariong venue is now the closest to the Peninsula.
Council waste services manager Mr Andrew Pearce said residents could drop off up to 100 litres of paint.
"All materials have a limit of container size per item of 20 litres or 20kg," he said.
Other items accepted will include car and household batteries, smoke detectors, pesticides, gas bottles, fire extinguishers, fluorescent globes and tubes.
Unknown and unidentified items will be accepted for identification and correct disposal.
Event Park should be accessed off Kangoo Rd between 9am to 3.30pm each day.
Media release, 6 Feb 2020
Andrew Pearce, Central Coast Council
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