Garbage and Recycling Collections

PLEASE REMEMBER

  • To ensure your bin is emptied, it must be placed kerbside/roadside the night prior to collection day.
  • Building materials, pipes, wires, planks of wood and concrete are not domestic waste and must not be placed in your garbage bin. If you have any waste you wish to dispose of that is not domestic waste, please contact Council for advice on disposal.
  • The lifting arms on our vehicles have a weight capacity of 85 kg and cannot lift a bin over 85 kg. Large items (eg concrete) can create havoc with our compaction unit and therefore cannot be collected.
  • Putting loose plastic bags and non-recyclable paper inside another before placing in bins help stop them from "flying away" as the bin is emptied.
  • You may be requested to place your mobile garbage bin on the opposite side of the road to the property to make the collection schedule more efficient.

Garbage and recycling collection days

Please place your bin out for collection the night prior to collection day.

Darlington Point

  • Garbage collection: Tuesday mornings
  • Recycling (yellow lid): Every second Friday

Coleambally

  • Garbage collection: Wednesday mornings
  • Recycling (yellow lid): Every second Friday

2020 Recycling Schedule Calendar

Coleambally Waste Depot also has a Community Recycling Centre. It is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9-11 am and on Sunday from 2-5 pm.

Jerilderie

  • Garbage collection: Thursday mornings
  • Jerilderie does not currently have access to a recycling service.

Tips for effective recycling

The following items can be recycled in the yellow-lidded recycling bins. Please rinse out the items.

  • All paper, cardboard, newspaper, magazines and advertising brochures.
  • Glass bottles and jars.
  • Juice and milk cartons.
  • Plastic bottles and containers with the following numbers: 3, 4, 5, 6 and 7 (no lids, thanks)
  • Steel and aluminium cans and empty aerosols.


Related Pages


Waste Disposal Centre Opening Hours

Council operates three waste disposal sites. One at Coleambally, one at Darlington Point and one at Jerilderie.