To assist our waste contractor to continue providing an effective service to the community, please ensure that you follow the below waste and recycling requirements:
- Bins must be placed on the kerb the night before your bin service day. Collection times can vary due to changes in schedules.
- Ensure the bin lids are fully closed to avoid litter spillages.
- For health and safety reasons, nappies are to be placed into bags before disposing of in your garbage bin.
- Check there are no obstacles which would limit access to your bins by the collection vehicle.
- Ensure that cars are not parked in the turning areas of a cul-de-sac or road on a service day.
We appreciate your assistance during this time.
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.
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.
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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.
As a part of the 2020/21 operational plan the budget continues to include funding for delivery of all of Council’s existing services through the use of anticipated revenues from fees and charges, rating income and ongoing grants.
Wollondilly Council’s Waste Management Strategy & Action Plan was adopted on 16 March 2021. The Strategy focuses on economically and environmentally sustainable waste management, addressing key areas including: