Landfill bin

Otherwise put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

As at 9 November 2022:  Due to a temporary suspension of the REDcycle soft plastics collection program, put in your red lid landfill bin.

Do not put plastic bags in your yellow recycling bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Medical waste such as dialysis bags, colostomy bags, incontinence pads, bandages and other items contaminated with bodily fluids should be sealed in a plastic bag and disposed in your red landfill bin.

Households that generate excessive quantities of medical waste resulting from a verified permanent or long-term medical condition can request a Specific Waste Bin Collection Service. Have the form completed and stamped by your medical practitioner and submit to Council. If approved, your red landfill bin will be serviced weekly at no additional cost.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Cardboard pizza boxes are recyclable, but the leftover pizza, crusts and melted cheese are not. Clean out your pizza boxes before putting them in your yellow recycling bin. 

Urban residential waste zones

  • clean - put in your yellow recycling bin
  • dirty with melted cheese that can't be removed - put in your red landfill bin.

Rural waste zones

  • empty and put in your yellow recycling bin.

 

Put in your red landfill bin.

Clean - put in your yellow recycling bin.

Food stained or waxed paper - put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their dental recycling scheme.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Nappies are not recyclable or compostable. Consider trying cloth nappies for a reusable alternative.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Disposable coffee cups are NOT recyclable.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

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 red landfill bin or if they are still in good condition, consider dropping them off at the next Household Bulky Waste Event

 

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Most receipts are printed on a plastic paper that is not recyclable or compostable.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their beauty product recycling scheme.

Cardboard box - put in your yellow recycling bin.

Bladder - put in your red landfill bin.

Put both bag and polystyrene balls (contained in a bag to prevent spillage), in your red landfill bin.

To minimise risk of harmful polystyrene balls spilling into the environment, do not place out for the User Pays On-Call Kerbside Clean Up.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put all forms of adhesive tape in your red landfill bin.

Remove as much tape as possible when putting items such as cardboard boxes into your yellow recycling bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Plastic, bamboo, wooden or compostable - put in your red landfill bin.

Metal - drop off for free at our Community Recycling Centre at Minnamurra Waste & Recycling Facility.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Remove magnets from paper when recycling paper items.

The following types of glass are not recyclable in your yellow recycling bin:

  • frosted
  • window pane
  • sheet of glass
  • pyrex/heat-proof cooking glassware
  • ceramics/crockery/china
  • glassware such as wine glasses and drinking glasses
  • glass vases and decorative pieces.

These types of glass are created at a different heat level, impacting their ability to be recycled.

To dispose of glass such as these, wrap in paper (for safety) and put in your red landfill bin or take to the Dunmore Waste Depot.

 

The following types of glass are recyclable in your yellow recycling bin:

  • beer bottles
  • wine bottles
  • spirits/alcohol bottles
  • soft drink bottles
  • glass food jars e.g. pasta sauce, pickles, vegemite, etc.

 Remember to empty the bottle/jar and separate the lid before putting in your yellow recycling bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their dental recycling scheme.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their writing instrument recycling scheme.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

It is not a compostable material and does not go in your green organics bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Wrappers that are made of a soft plastic or a foil that is lined with plastic are not recyclable in your yellow recycling bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

This type of paper has a heat-resistant, non-stick coating and is not recyclable or compostable.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their cigarette recycling scheme.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Some coffee pod brands participate in recycling schemes. Visit Terracycle for their coffee pod recycling scheme or check with your coffee pod brand if they offer their own recycling program.

Compostable coffee pods/capsules are not accepted in the green organics bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Tube cans that have a cardboard exterior but a metal interior or base (e.g. Pringles cans) are considered a "composite material" and are not recyclable in your yellow recycling bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Tub - put in your yellow recycling bin.

Squeeze pouch - put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their dental recycling scheme

Put in your red landfill bin.

Releasing balloons is harmful to the environment as they return back to the ground as a litter item. Animals mistake the balloon for food and can become tangled in the attached ribbons. Under the Protection of the Environment Operations Act 1997, the NSW Government has applied restrictions to the release of balloons.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Or visit Terracycle for their contact lens and packaging recycling scheme.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Paper (including window faced) - put in your yellow recycling bin.

Plastic or padded - put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill bin.

Put in your red landfill 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.