1800 265 495

About Your Bins

Please note: Household bins are to be placed on the kerb no sooner than the night before scheduled collection days, and must be taken back off the kerb as soon as possible after servicing.

 

Yellow lidded Bin

Recycling/Yellow lidded Bin

Your recycling bin is collected fortnightly. The contents of the yellow bins are taken to the Materials Recovery Facility at the Coffs Coast Resource Recovery Park on Englands Road. Read more about your yellow bin

 

Green lidded Bin

Organics/Green lidded Bin

Your organics bin is collected weekly. The contents of the green bins are shredded and composted in a stricltly controlled environment to become high quality garden compost and mulch. Read more about your green bin

 

Red lidded BinGarbage/Red lidded Bin

Your household garbage is collected on the alternate fortnight to your yellow bin. The contents are processed in auto claves. Recoverable and recyclable materials are extracted and the remainder is sent to landfill. This process reduces the amount of waste previously sent to landfill by up to 70%. Read more about your red bin

Bulky Goods (Kerbside) Collections (Coffs Harbour City Council and Bellingen Shire Council Residents Only)

Coffs Harbour City Council and Bellingen Shire Council provides you with two free bulky goods collections per year. This service is included in your waste levy, and Coffs Coast Waste Services pick the items up from your kerb.

There are some guidelines about putting out your bulky items for collection, to ensure the safety of our collection staff, and to keep the amount of bulky items consistent for all residents.

Bulky goods items can be placed out for collection on the kerb the day before the collection date. Collections fall within the scheduled week. If you don't know when your next collection is due, go to Collections Calendars and enter your street name into the searchable data base.

The quantity must be no more than 3 cubic metres, this is about the size of a standard box trailer. Items must be NEATLY piled up. Small items are to be in a box or bags.

We cannot collect dangerous or hazardous items such as gas bottles, chemicals, paints etc. Car parts, tyres, batteries and builders waste cannot be placed out, nor can broken glass or mirrors.

Anything that you can dispose of using your household bins, such as general garbage, recyclables and greenwaste, will not be collected with the Bulky Goods collection.

You can download a pdf file of the bulky goods guide here, or call us on 1800 265 495, or email if you have further questions.

 

PLEASE NOTE: BELLINGEN COUNCIL DO NOT ACCEPT MATTRESSES IN BULKY GOODS COLLECTIONS. 

Bulky Goods Voucher System Trial (Nambucca Shire Council Only)

Please Note: As of 1 July 2017 Nambucca Shire Council will not be offering a kerbside bulky goods collection service.

To replace the kerbside bulky goods collection service, a trial voucher system will be in place. Each household is eligible to receive 1 x voucher per 6 month period – valid from 1 January to 30 June or 1 July to 31 December in the year of issue.

Each voucher entitles you to take up to 3m3 (1 box trailer load) of bulky household waste to the Nambucca Waste Management Facility for free disposal. To request your vouchers call the Coffs Coast Waste Service Hotline on 1800 265 495. You will be asked for your name and address and a voucher will be posted out to you. The vouchers have a unique serial number which will be allocated to your address and will not be transferable. Present your voucher to the staff at the Nambucca Waste Management Facility and they will check your waste to ensure it fits within the guidelines and will ask you to confirm your name and address.

Please note that 1 voucher per 3m3 trailer load is allowed and all waste materials must be separated at the site accordingly.

The following items will NOT be accepted at the Nambucca Heads Waste Management Facility using your Bulky Goods Voucher:

Tyres, deceased animals, liquid waste, medical waste, syringes, contaminated soil, fill, asbestos, oyster sticks.

Where to dispose of items that CANNOT go into your bulky goods collections:

  • Hazardous Materials (Chemicals, paints, oils)

  • Builder's waste and masonry

  • Gas Cylinders Glass and Mirrors

  • Batteries, car parts, tyres

  • Sand, Soil, Rocks

All of these items can be disposed of at the Coffs Coast Resource Recovery Park on Englands Road. You will be directed to the relevant drop - off area at the weighbridge. Call 6648 4580

Extra recyclables can be disposed of FREE of charge at the facility - as well as at the Transfer Stations (see Recycling for locations)

Contact us on 1800 265 495 if:

* Your bin has been damaged or stolen

* Your bin did not get emptied

* You would like to know about additional services or an extra bin

* You are a resident in the Nambucca Shire and would like to request a     Bulky Goods Voucher

 

 

 

You must install Adobe Flash to view this content.

Keep your Bulky Goods items to the size of a box trailer

The GOOD - Bulky goods items neatly stacked, no more than a box trailer load in size, and small items packed in boxes.

The BAD - Untidy, oversized pile of bulky goods items, with alot of small items not bagged or boxed. This pile was rejected.

The Downright UGLY - This load will not be collected, it contains items that can be placed in the garbage bin, it is oversized, strewn over the lawn, and has a lot of small, loose items in it. What you cannot see is a bag of food scraps.

 
Handybin Waste Services

25 Englands Road, Coffs Harbour

NSW 2450 Australia

Site Search

All Content Copyright © 2017 Coffs Coast Waste Services

Accessibility Information · Sitemap · Login