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All you need to know about your bin service including recycling, bin collection days, report damaged bins, rubbish tip locations, kerb side collections and who to contact.

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  • Tips to get your waste sorted

    Tips to get your waste sorted which includes behind the scenes video's, fact sheets, ideas and information.

  • Red, Yellow and Green Bins

    Information about your red rubbish bin, yellow recycling bin, green food and garden bin and kitchen bin.

  • WasteInfo App

    Get the app that gets waste sorted. It's free!

    The new WasteInfo App helps you keep track of your bin collection days, make the most of Council’s waste services and sort your waste more effectively.

  • Red bin service options

    Details about the Minimiser, Standard and Excess service options including costs, sizes and switching services.

  • Bin collection days

    Find out about your collection days, how to put your bins out, and download the collection calendar.

  • Other waste services

    Find out about tip tickets and free drop off, bulky goods, hazardous materials, illegal dumping and development-related waste.

  • Rubbish tip locations

    Where rubbish tips are located, opening times, contact details and waste facilities in the region.

  • Who to contact

    Report a damaged, stolen or missed bin. Order kitchen bin bags, request a new service or book kerbside collection.

  • Frequently asked questions

    Your frequently asked questions answered on the new bin service.

  • Bin fees

    Details regarding the charges for bins including residential waste management and business waste management.

  • Community Recycling Centre Program

    The Port Macquarie-Hastings Waste management facility accepts household waste that cannot be collected kerbside. This includes: paint, batteries, gas bottles, fire extinguishers, batteries, oil etc.

  • Litter

    Council along with the EPA will conduct a Litter campaign targeting five local litter hotspots. Not only does litter pose a major threat to the local environment & wildlife, it also costs ratepayers.

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