Detox Your Home - Household Chemical Collection
Detox your Home Mobile Collection Events
Household chemicals can be dangerous – they can harm your family and your pets, add extra fuel to a house fire, release toxic fumes and pollute the environment.
Detox your Home is a safe, FREE and easy-to-use service to dispose of common household chemicals, such as solvents, poisons and cleaning products. Simply register online, turn up on the day with your unwanted items - and we’ll do the rest.
Visit the Sustainability Victoria website or call 1300 363 744 for a full list of accepted items.
The chemicals collected are recycled or used for other purposes wherever possible. What can’t be recycled or used is safely stored into secure landfills in accordance with Environment Protection Agency (EPA) Victoria requirements.
There are Detox your Home mobile collections held each year. Upcoming collections include:
- Skye – 8am – 3pm Sunday 14 March 2021 (Frankston City’s annual collection day)
To keep up to date about upcoming events near you, click on the link below and sign up to the Detox your Home newsletter.
The Detox Your Home mobile collection service is made possible through local councils and the Victorian Government.
Registration is required to manage the traffic flow and avoid queues on the day, which means you can get in and out quickly.
P. 1300 363 744
How to store household chemicals
To help keep your family, pets and the environment safe, ensure your household chemicals are stored correctly prior to disposing of them at a Detox your Home event.
Visit the Sustainability Victoria website to find out how to store small amounts of household chemicals.
If you’re moving and/or don’t have room to safely store these chemicals at home until Detox your Home resumes, some commercial service providers may accept your items. Contact Sustainability Victoria on 1300 363 744 for more information.
Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre
Unlike the Detox your Home mobile collection service, FRRRC cannot accept toxic household chemicals. However, less toxic items such as light globes and tubes, batteries, motor oil and paint can be dropped off at FRRRC. Charges apply for some items.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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