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Mid Sussex cannot collect hazardous materials.
Please take any hazardous materials to your local household waste recycling site where special storage is available.
What is hazardous waste?
- Flammable materials
- Fire extinguishers
- General chemicals such as garden fertilisers and weed killers, cleaning products
- Gas bottles
- Motor oil / cooking oil
- Fluorescent tubes
More details can be found on the Recycle for Sussex hazardous household waste page.
You may be held responsible for any rubbish found illegally dumped and traced back to you.
Any contractors you hire to remove hazardous waste from your home or property must be a registered waste carrier.
Always ask for their waste carrier number and keep details of their name, telephone number and vehicle registration number.
If in doubt:
Contact the Environment Agency and ask for a waste carrier validation check: