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The 2023 Bulky Waste Kerbside Clean-up has concluded successfully, and we sincerely thank all participating residents for their crucial cooperation. There will be no scheduled collections for the remainder of 2023.
For the latest updates, we recommend checking our website and social media channels to stay informed about the timing of the campaign in 2024. Please note , there are no confirmed dates for the 2024 collections.
No additional bulky waste kerbside clean-up collections are scheduled for the remainder of 2023
If you see large illegally dumped items, or items that remain after a bulk waste collection service the best thing you can do is report it through the EPA's RID ONLINE tool.
Reporting illegal dumping not only aids the EPA and Council in safeguarding human health and the environment, detecting and penalising dumpers, but also assists in finding and cleaning up dumped waste, and identifying dumping hot-spots to develop strategies for preventing this behaviour in your area in the future.
You must sort your items into three piles by the Sunday night of your scheduled collection week:
The three piles will be collected separately at any stage during your collection week. Exact pickup days for each pile differ from zone to zone and will depend on logistical requirements of the collection truck teams and the total volume of material left out for collection across your suburb.
Reducing waste and recycling is an important step in waste management, that’s why we try to recycle as much as we can.
All other bulky household items will go to landfill.
Some items are not suitable for the bulky waste collection service and will not be picked up by Council’s contractors.
Please review the lists of acceptable and unacceptable items for kerbside collection and the other restrictions listed below and at the top of this page.
Refrigerators, freezers and air conditioners.
You're not required to pre-book this collection service.
Wingecarribee Shire Council does not operate on booking service for Bulky Waste Collection. These events are scheduled, and open for all Domestic Waste Service Charge residents to participate in.
The cost of the bulky waste collection service will be absorbed by Council for the first two years of operation.
Collections will then be increased to a bi-annual service after July 2024 and an annual levy applied to eligible ratepayers thereafter.
There are a number of local organisations that take a range of products from large furniture to textiles and clothing:
For bulky waste issues or inquiries contact:
Telephone: 1300 133 969
For all other enquires:
Telephone: 02 4868 0888