- Animal waste
- Dead animals
- Stable waste
- Hazardous waste
- Gas cylinders ^
- Car bodies * (from 1 March 2017)
* Due to change in the NSW scrap metal legislation, car bodies will no longer be accepted at Kimbriki.
^ Gas cylinders are prohibited from being disposed of at Kimbriki. Please follow our listing of waste and gas facilities that are able to collect cylinders for safe disposal.
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 www.sita.com.au
Domestic gas bottles and fire extinguishers may be accepted in the OEH (NSW Office of Environment and Heritage) chemicals collections. Call 131 555.
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 – www.airliquide.com.au
Diving tanks should be returned to manufacturers via dive shops or re-fillers.