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Waste Management/Refuse Tip
Weekly rubbish pick-up service, bins should be out on the foot path by 7:00am
· Monday: Streets running East -West
· Wednesday: Streets running from North to South
· Mon/Wed/Fri: Commercial Businesses
Bulk collection of rubbish
Council 2-3 times a year comes around to all the houses within the township to collect unwanted items and rubbish for FREE. Council will take anything that you no longer want or need, with the exception of asbestos material. People wishing to discard of heavy/large and toxic items will need to register at the council office so such items can be dealt with appropriately, this however WILL NOT incur any financial penalty, and the service for such items will still be FREE.
Once advertised in the Herald you are invited to place you name on the register, to do this please call the Environmental Health Officer on 4657 2666.
See Council’s fees and charges schedule for prices on dumping contaminated soil and asbestos materials or contact the Environmental Health Officer on 4657 2666.
It is important to try to reduce the amount if rubbish heading to our landfills as single use items are becoming increasingly popular and more and more rubbish is heading to landfills all the time. Below are some simple steps to help reduce the amount of rubbish heading to landfills.
Resist – the temptation to buy/use single use items
Reduce – the amount of items bought
Reuse – items as much as possible
Repair – items before buying a new one
Recycle – only when an item cannot be reused or repaired
Recover – all items that have gone into land fill