Information for Nambucca Valley Council LGA residents

Building and construction/demolition waste is accepted with the following conditions at the Nambucca Waste Management Facility. For information regarding fees and charges, go to

https://www.nambucca.nsw.gov.au/cp_themes/default/page.asp?P=doc-oop-64-47

Weighing of All Vehicles

All vehicles are required to enter and exit the waste facility via the weighbridge, with a weighbridge receipt being provided to all customers. This ensures accurate and reliable data is available for EPA auditing purposes

Concrete Waste Disposal

All concrete and brick waste must be separated into appropriated categories for recycling or disposal.

Disposal of concrete and brick waste materials will be inspected by waste facility staff prior to unloading with suspect loads being rejected.

Any loads inspected that are contaminated with other waste materials will be required to pay full landfill disposal rates.

Bathroom and Kitchen Renovation Waste Disposal

All bathroom and kitchen renovation waste must be separated into appropriate categories for recycling or disposal.

Wall and floor tiles cannot be processed with concrete products.

Disposal of bathroom and kitchen renovation waste will be inspected by waste facility staff prior to unloading, with suspect loads being rejected.

Note: any loads inspected which contain asbestos related materials will need to be removed from the waste facility site and dealt with in accordance with WorkCover guidelines for the handling and disposal of asbestos waste materials. This information can be found by visiting the WorkCover website www.workcover.nsw.gov.au.

Asbestos Disposal

For Asbestos disposal, 24 hours prior arrangement is required and conditions apply. Phone 02 6568 2170 to arrange.

Thoroughly wet each sheet of asbestos with water.

Wrap asbestos waste in heavy-duty builder’s plastic (the grade of plastic must be at least 200 microns thick).

Completely seal the package, using builder’s tape or duct tape. Packages must be wrapped in manageable sizes for unloading.

Waste must be carefully unloaded to prevent the release of dust.

Any loads inspected that are not wrapped will need to be removed from the waste facility site and dealt with in accordance with the guidelines above.

All loads will be inspected by waste facility staff and you will be directed to the appropriate disposal area and asked to hand unload the material.