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An important message on how we’re working to keep you and your family safe during these times. Read more on our Coronavirus updates here.

What Can’t Be Recycled or Put in the Rubbish?

If it’s not rubbish or something that can be recycled, the item is likely to be hazardous waste. Contact your local council to find out where household hazardous waste can be disposed of (and how it should be packaged).

Here is a checklist of hazardous waste items.

  • Full or partially full aerosol cans
  • Antifreeze
  • Batteries
  • Bleach
  • Cleansers
  • Fertilisers
  • Fluorescent light tubes
  • CFLs (Compact Fluorescent Lamps)
  • Gasoline
  • Mercury thermometers/non-electric thermostats
  • Nail polish & remover
  • Oil
  • Paint cans (empty cans are recyclable)
  • Pesticides (all forms)
  • Pool chemicals
  • Propane and helium tanks and cylinders (empty or with gas)
  • Solvents

We can continue to clean your home

Thank you for the trust you place in us to safely clean your home. Latest government guidelines clearly state “Where it is necessary for you to work in other people’s homes – for example, for nannies, cleaners or tradespeople – you can do so" We are happy to offer our customers a safe and effective service following our HomeSafe procedures.