Food and organics bin

Urban residential waste zones - put in your organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin.

Urban residential waste zones - put in your green organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin or home composting system.

Alternatively, research ways to use coffee grounds in your garden.

Small untreated pieces - put in your green organics bin.

Small treated pieces - put in your red landfill bin.

Large amounts - take to the Dunmore Waste Depot.

Put in your green organics bin.

Urban residential waste zones - put in your green organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin or home composting system.

Put in your green organics bin (less than 1m long and 15cm thick).

Large amounts can be disposed of at the Minnamurra Waste & Recycling Facility - fees apply.

Put in your green organics bin.

Urban households can grass clippings put in their green organics bin.

Rural households can drop off their clippings at the Minnamurra Waste and Recycling Facility - fees apply.

 

Urban residential waste zones - put in your green organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin or home composting system.

Urban residential waste zones - put in your green organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin or home composting system.

Urban residential waste zones - put in your green organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin or home composting system.

Put in your green organics bin.

Large amounts can be disposed of at the Minnamurra Waste & Recycling Facility - fees apply.

Urban residential waste zones - put in your green organics bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin or home composting system.

Put in your green organics bin.

Urban residential waste zones - loose leaf tea can be put in your green organics bin, whilst tea bags need to be put in your red landfill bin.

Rural waste zones - put in your red landfill bin.