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Accepted and Prohibited Materials

Kimbriki accepts a wide range of materials for disposal and recycling.

Kimbriki is licensed by the NSW Environment Protection Authority (NSW EPA) to accept only certain types of waste. Fines apply for prohibited materials brought onto site for disposal.

Accepted Materials Prohibited Materials
Waste Type* Disposal Area The following materials CANNOT be brought to Kimbriki
Inert mixed (non putrescible) waste Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
  • Food
  • Paint
  • Chemicals
  • Nappies
  • Animal waste
  • Dead animals
  • Stable waste
  • Liquids
  • Hazardous waste
  • Gas cylinders 
  • Motorised or Battery Bikes (ie. share bikes)
  • Car bodies, engines, chassis, trailers, Caravans, Motorbikes or scooters*
  • Following a change in the NSW Scrap Metal Legislation in March 2017, car bodies, engines, chassis, trailers, caravans, motorbikes or scooters with identification details such as VIN or engine number are no longer accepted.

    LPG gas cylinders and fire extinguishers
    SUEZ Australia provide this service: Only LPG, Halon (yellow fire extinguishers), and fire extinguishers can be accepted. Two cylinders up to 9kg each per day are accepted. Fees apply to gas cylinders.

    The nearest SUEZ waste centre is at Crozier Road, off Forest Way, Belrose. SUEZ information line 1300 651 116 or

    Domestic gas bottles and fire extinguishers may be accepted in the NSW EPA Household Chemical Cleanout events. Call 13 15 55 or search for your closest location at

    LPG gas cylinder testing
    Gameco, Auburn – phone 9648 5856, charges apply.

    Other gas cylinders
    Gas cylinders identified with BOC or CIG markings can be delivered to BOC Gas and Gear 40 Orchard Rd, Brookvale, phone 9939 1000.

    Gas cylinders with either Linde, Linde Gas or Coregas stamped into the solder remain the property of Linde Gas/Coregas so please return to Welders’ Suppliers and Services, 19 Ada Ave, Brookvale, phone 9907 4181.

    Air Liquide –
    Diving tanks should be returned to manufacturers via dive shops or re-fillers.

Junk  Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Furniture Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Mattresses Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Asbestos (double-wrapped 20kg parcels) Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Conditions Apply
Insulation Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Conditions Apply
VENM (Virgin Excavated Natural Material) Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Conditions Apply
Computers & TVs
Zone 4 - E-waste
Conditions Apply
Metals - items must be at least 80% metal. 
- No car bodies or motorised or battery-containing bikes or wheelchairs
- Fridges, freezers and air-conditioners must be de-gassed before recycling. A certificate of de-gassing must be produced on entry to Kimbriki
If not de-gassed, a charge will apply and items taken to de-gassing area (next to Metal)
Zone 7 - Mixed Waste
Vegetation Zone 3 - Vegetation 
(Australian Native Landscapes)
Wood Waste Zone 3 - Vegetation (ANL)
or Zone 7 - Mixed Waste (see staff onsite)
Household Recyclables Zone 1B
Lead Acid Batteries
Items must display this symbol:   
Zone 4 - E-waste, Motor Oil, Lead Acid Batteries
Car Tyres - with or without rims Zone 7 - Mixed Waste 
Conditions Apply
Toys - for repair
Zone 4
Charity clothing Zone 4
Motor Oil
No decanting of oil - please leave your oil in the container at the drop-off point. Oil must be in sealed containers no larger than 10L capacity.
Zone 4 - E-waste, Motor Oil, ULABs
Conditions Apply
*Note: Charges may apply for the disposal of waste and recyclable materials