Our recycling bins are blue with a yellow lid. We collect them once a week.
See Find your bin day.
What we collect
- plastic bottles
- hard plastic containers, for example margarine tubs, biscuit trays and punnets
- glass jars and bottles
- paper, newspapers, magazines and junk mail
- cardboard and cereal boxes
- steel tins
- aluminium cans, foil
- aerosol cans
Make sure all items are loose and not bagged, and empty.
What we do not collect
These are the top items that should not be placed in your recycling bin:
- bagged recycling
- plastic bags and soft plastic wrappings - take them to a REDcycle location.
- green waste and food waste
- polystyrene packaging, cups and meat trays
- textiles and clothing
- batteries and electronic items (e-waste)
- motor oil containers
- ceramic plates, cups and crockery
- glass items apart from bottles and jars
- nappies and baby wipes
A to Z recycling and waste guide
For a detailed list of waste items and how to dispose of them, see our A to Z recycling and waste guide.
Contaminated recycling bins
Make sure you only put accepted items in your recycling bin. Contaminated recycling can lead to the whole truck load of recycling being sent to landfill.
If you put items in your recycling bin that are not accepted, you will be issued with an orange warning sticker advising you of the contamination issue.
If you continue to contaminate your recycling bin with items that are not accepted, you will be issued with a red non-collection sticker and a postcard in your letterbox. Your recycling bin will not be emptied and you will need to remove the contaminants before we will empty the bin. Once you have done this you can contact us on 9278 4444 to arrange for your bin to be emptied.
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Order a recycling bin
How to order a new bin
If you are a new resident at a new property that does not have a household waste bin, contact us to order one.
How to order a different size bin
To order a different size bin, contact us on 9278 4444.