Community Recycling Centre

Community Recycling Centres (CRC) are drop-off centres for common household problem wastes that can’t be collected via council kerbside waste and recycling collection services.

New and enhanced Community Recycling Centres are being established across NSW. At these centres, NSW householders can drop off their problem wastes free of charge. Centres are open year round.

Both Coleambally and Jerilderie Waste Depots have CRC sheds, Jerilderie's is not currently operational, however the Jerilderie Office has a collection box that takes household batteries, smoke alarms, light globes and mobile phones and accessories.

What can I take to a Community Recycling Centre?

The following waste items are accepted at Community Recycling Centres in NSW:

Paint   Gas bottles   Fire extinguishers

Motor oils   Other oils   Car batteries

Household batteries   Smoke detectors   Fluorescent tubes and globes

Only household quantities of these materials will be accepted. As a guide, this is a maximum container of 20 litres or 20 kilograms for each waste type.