Community Recycling Centre

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The Community Recycling Centre makes it easier for people to recycle and remove problem waste from their households.

The following materials are accepted:

  • paint (water-based, solvent-based, and other paint types)
  • used oils (motor and cooking)
  • batteries (including lead-acid batteries and other types of hand held batteries, car and truck)
  • domestic gas bottles (typically LPG, can also include fire extinguishers)
  • conventional tube type and compact fluorescent lamps, and other types
  • smoke detectors
  • polystyrene
  • clothing
  • bulk paper and cardboard
  • glass bottles
  • metal (including whitegoods whereby 75%of the item is made up of metal)
  • recyclable plastic
  • plastic drums (as accepted through the drumMuster program)
  • silage wrap and baling twine
  • e-waste (including computers, monitors, notebooks, printers, fax machines, scanners, desktop sized printers, CD drives, hard drives, televisions, VCRs, projectors, overhead projectors, networking equipment, cables, keyboards, mice, floppy discs, printer cartridges, electronic games/toys, DVD players, stereos, cameras, video cameras, iPods)