Council has partnered with its neighbouring local authorities to establish WasteNet. For more information visit WasteNet here (external link)
There are recycling centres across the district where you can bring your used goods for recycling. You can also recycle at all transfer stations and refuse sites across the district.
Opening hours and addresses of the district's recycling centres and transfer stations are listed here
Sites are closed on Good Friday, Easter Sunday, Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Anzac morning.
Recycling and refuse includes:
Hazardous substances are products that harm people, the environment and property. Council has a responsibility to monitor the use, storage and disposal of such substances.
Most household cleaners, detergents and pesticides provide you with instructions on the label and packaging on how to use and dispose of the products. Other products such as swimming pool chemicals, petrol and tanks for diving need attention. Please contact Council’s environmental health department for further information.
Council provides a wheelie bin service for rubbish and recycling to all properties within particular boundaries, usually townships. The service is also available to people in rural areas en route to the townships, where practicable. The rural service is voluntary and will be provided when requested by the ratepayer. People must take bins to a collection route.
All collection services are contracted out and the wheelie bins remain the property of the contractor, who is responsible for normal wear and tear. The customer is responsible for providing reasonable security against damage or theft and keeping it clean and tidy. Wheelie bins are assigned to properties so if you move, the wheelie bin stays with the property.
To find out when your wheelie bin is collected click here (external link)
To report any problems relating to your wheelie bin click here (external link)
For our rubbish and recycling charges, please click here
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