Dealing with and disposing of Asbestos
Asbestos fibres are hazardous when inhaled. They can be released into the air when asbestos products are incorrectly handled, stored or transported for disposal.
It is important to ensure that asbestos waste has been wetted and sealed in heavy-duty plastic prior to transportation to a lawful waste facility such as a licensed landfill.
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Information on safe removal practices for asbestos is available at;
Camden Council supports the CleanOut program. The service is run once or twice annually and is a chance for local residents to dispose of household chemicals in a safe and environmentally friendly manner.
To view the CleanOut flyer click here
These may include:
Click here to access the CleanOut web site and find the next collection date, or phone the Environment Line on 131 555 for details.
Handy hint: Some materials, such as paint and car batteries can be disposed of at Spring Farm Advanced Resource Recovery Park all year round. Contact SITA Environmental Solutions on 1300 651 116 for details.
Camden Council is committed to providing a safe community for our residents, and a safe work environment for our staff.
Used syringes (‘sharps’) can be disposed of safely at the following chemists in the Camden local government area:
Sinclairs Day & Night
Priceline Narellan Chemist
Health & Savings Pharmacy
Blooms The Chemist
In 2 Health Pharmacy
For the safe transportation of sharps to these chemists syringes should be placed sharp end down into a sealed sharps container or a strong plastic container with a lid, closed tightly.
If you see a syringe in public area please contact Council on 4654 7777 so that it can be removed.
NB: Never touch a used syringe.