Bargo Waste Management Centre is still closed all day today as a result of the wet weather. The centre will reopen tomorrow Saturday 15 February 2020.
For further information contact Bargo Waste Management Centre on 0419 490 599.
Thank you for your patience and understanding.
A-Z of Waste Disposal
At Wollondilly Shire Council we recognise that understanding where to dispose of all types of rubbish can become a bit overwhelming. For a quick guide of where to dispose of all waste head to our A-Z of Waste Disposal for Households list.
Find Your Collection Day
Our 2019/20 Waste calendar's are available. To receive a new calendar please fill in the Waste Calendar Request Form.
Find out what waste can be disposed into your red, yellow and green bins.
Wollondilly Shire Council provides two scheduled household clean up collections each financial year to residential properties using our waste services. The collections are to assist with the removal of bulky household materials.
The Bargo Waste Management Centre is open for all Wollondilly Shire Council residents to dispose of waste items such as tyres, car batteries and scrap metal.
Electronic waste includes items such as mobile phones, computers, hard drives and televisions.
Return and Earn is a great initiative implemented by the NSW Government in December 2017. The scheme offers a 10c refund for consumers depositing eligible drink containers at return points throughout NSW.
It's important to dispose of batteries and chemicals in the correct manner in order to avoid environmental harm. See below for disposal locations.
Australian households dispose of thousands of dollars of food each year. Discover some sustainable ways of disposing of food waste.
Before renovating or doing maintenance work on your home, find out if it contains asbestos and know what to do to remove and dispose of it safely.
There are many things you can do around the home, or at work, to minimise the amount of waste you generate and to recover valuable resources through initiatives such as composting and worm farming.