Ever wondered what happens to your recycling once it's collected? The below video provides an overview of our waste services and offers some great recycling tips along the way.
In March 2020 the Council adopted a new waste strategy after consultation with residents during late 2019. The waste strategy was prepared ahead of the Council’s new waste contract that will come into effect in September 2021.
The waste strategy proposes a number of actions in key areas:
- Maintain current domestic waste and recycling services.
- Adjust clean-up service to 4 services per year.
- A booked bulky green waste service to substitute green waste vouchers and mobile chipping service.
- Investigate options for waste recovery at the kerbside for e-waste, mattresses and metals.
- Investigate options for weekly green waste service as per Council`s previous resolution when considering additional bush fire protection for residents.
- Continue research and development into further recovery opportunities for recycling including soft plastics.
- Provide additional resources for community information, promotion and education.
- Continue with development of engineering waste recovery including road re-surfacing and other opportunities with projects.
- Continue with Council’s commercial waste and recycling services for business and schools in the local government area.
- Continue to improve litter and dumped waste management.
Waste Management Strategy (pdf. 5MB)
Select one of the below options to look up your bin collection schedule, book a cleanup, request bins, and find out about waste and recycling.
Find your collection schedule, request a bin, enquire about an extra service or get some recycling tips.
View your complex's collection days, request a cleanup or ask about extra waste services.
Set up or adjust a waste and recycling collection service for your business.
We offer a range of services and programs to help you recycle more.
Suspect some rubbish has been dumped illegally? Report it to us and we'll investigate it.
A waste and recycling disposal guide for household waste.
Find out how to dispose of chemicals, electronics, medicines, sharps and asbestos safely.
Composting and worm farming are both great ways to reduce your household waste and naturally fertilise your garden.
Learn what we are doing and how you can help to make Ku-ring-gai litter free.