Any household waste that puts health or the environment at risk must be disposed of at a specially licensed Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC) / tip. Hazardous waste includes chemicals like bleach, gloss or lead based paint or sprays and asbestos.
Apply for a waste permit. The permit is only valid for the date you arrange it for. The details of the waste on your permit must match what you bring.
You can only apply for one permit at a time. You can choose to collect it or have it posted out to you but you must give at least 24 hours notice.
What counts as hazardous waste?
You will need a household hazardous waste permit to dispose of chemicals, gloss and lead based paint and sprays or asbestos. You don't need a hazardous waste permit for electrical goods and batteries, these can be disposed of at any HWRC.