Waste clean-up after bushfire
All waste collection services are back to normal.
Disposal of sorted metal refuse such as fire affected buildings or cars can be disposed of for free at our waste facilities.
The NSW Government has waived waste levy fees for residents disposing of bushfire-generated waste. This includes building materials (even asbestos) and furniture. These items can be taken to our waste facilities, but will still be subject to reduced fees.
Members of the community who have a fire damaged house or building that needs to be disposed of, should first speak to their insurer. If the property is uninsured, you should contact the Public Works Advisory on 1800 88 55 39 to discuss clean-up. You can also call the Disaster Welfare Assistance Line on 1800 018 444.
Free scrap metal collection points
To assist fire affected residents in outlying areas, we have set up temporary scrap metal collection points in the following locations:
- Bobin Hall
- Caffreys Flat, (next to Caffreys Flat Reserve)
- Killabakh Hall
- Wherrol Flat, (Little Run Road, just down from the Wherrol Flat Hall)
For more information about bushfire recovery and available assistance go here.
If you're visiting for information about your kerbside bin collection, click the links below. But before you do, browse through the tabs below to find out more about waste management in the MidCoast region. We are committed to reducing the amount of waste ending up in our landfills, and with just a little effort, everyone can contribute!
Find out what day collections take place in your street or call 1300 290 763
Download the 2020 Collection Calendar to find out which week your recycling bin goes out
Report a missed bin collection or call 1300 290 763
Report a broken bin or call 1300 290 763
If you require new bins for a new property, call our customer service centre on 6591 7222
Find out what goes in your red, yellow, and green-lidded bins, or look up a specific item using our A-Z "what goes where" function