Cleanaway St Marys Liquid Waste Services

Services offered

Liquid waste services

Cleanaway St Marys Liquid Waste Services

Services offered
Liquid waste services

Business hours

Open to: No appointment required
Monday to Friday: 07:00 - 17:00
Closed: Weekends, Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, & New Year’s Day (subject to change).
Cleanaway St Marys Liquid Waste Services

Liquids and hazardous waste
Our EPA licensed facility is fully equipped to collect and process hazardous liquid waste services like oil disposal from households and businesses.

Walk in any time during working hours – we don’t require an appointment. Prices are dependent on service and location. Call us for a quote, or to find out more information about our products and services.

Household waste:

  • Used cooking oil
  • Detergents
  • Paint
  • Insecticides
  • Used motor oil
  • Fluorescent Lights
  • Batteries

Industrial or manufacturing waste:

  • Chemicals
  • Mineral Oils/Used Lube Oil (ULO)
  • Aviation Fuel
  • AFFF Firefighting Foam and Fore (PFAS)
  • Coolant (COO)
  • Engine Oils
  • Hydraulic Oils
  • Brake Fluid
  • Anti-Freeze Glycol
  • Engine Oil Filters
  • Oil Rags
  • Solvents
  • Batteries
  • X-Ray Waste
  • Paint
  • Fluorescent Lights

Talk to us today about your liquid waste management needs with an obligation-free appointment. Call or walk in to our office for a quote or consultation on our products and services.

Used Oil

Waste oil such as engine, hydraulic, and used lube oil must be disposed of in a safe and trackable manner.


Per- and polyfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), previously known as per- and polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs) are pollutants that, due to reports of their global distribution, persistence, toxicity and bioaccumulation potential.

Used Coolant and Antifreeze

Engine antifreeze coolants are usually made from either ethylene glycol or propylene glycol, both of which are recyclable.

Used Brake Fluid

Used brake fluid is a hazardous waste material that cannot simply be thrown away or left to evaporate.

Engine Oil Filter

Waste oil and oil filters are an unavoidable part of the process for mechanics and automotive workshops but all those materials don’t need to go to waste.


Solvent waste, similar to waste oil, can be recycled to saleable grade solvent and as liquid fuel to power kilns and as an alternative fuel.


Used and unwanted paint is some of the most common liquid waste found in landfills.


All car batteries and single-use or rechargeable batteries are accepted.

Fluorescent Lights

Fluorescent tubes and HID (High Intensity Discharge) lamps contain hazardous contaminants and must be disposed of carefully after use.