For any enquiries relating to your waste collection service, including damaged bins, missed collections, booking a Council Cleanup or application forms for additional bins, please visit our Log a Request page.
What waste services do I receive?
Single Unit Dwelling
Residential households are provided with:
- 1 x 80L red lidded general waste bin (weekly)
- 1 x 120L yellow lidded container recycling bin (fortnightly)
- 1 x 120L blue lidded paper and cardboard recycling bin (fortnightly)
- 1 x 240L green lidded vegetation bin (fortnightly)
- 4 x FREE bulky waste clean up collections per year
To check your bin collection days visit our waste calendar
Multi Unit Dwelling
A block of apartments is entitled to:
- 1 x 240L red lidded general waste bin per 3 units
- 1 x 240L blue lidded paper and cardboard recycling per 10 units
- 1 x 240 yellow lidded container recycling bin per 10 units.
- 4 x FREE bulky waste clean up collections per year per household
To check your bin collection days, visit our waste collection calendar
Your red lidded bin is for general household wastes.
Your blue lidded paper and cardboard recycling bin accepts paper, magazines, newspapers, flattened cardboard, empty pizza boxes, and egg cartons.
It does not accept paper towels, tissues, waxed paper, carbon paper, or plastic bags.
Your yellow lidded recycling bin accepts empty bottles and containers made of plastic and glass including drink containers, jars, fruit punnets, plastic cake and biscuit trays, empty shampoo and conditioner bottles, empty aerosols, aluminium and steel cans, foil trays, and empty detergent bottles.
Your garden organics bin accepts grass clippings, twigs, leaves, weeds and prunings. The maximum size for branches is 10cm in diameter and 30cm long. It does not accept logs, bamboo, soil, timber and tree stumps.
Please place your bins out the night before your collection day.
All bins must be returned to private property by the end of your collection day
Bins cannot be used to reserve parking out the front of your property
|| Ensure you leave a minimum 30cm gap between each bin
|| Ensure you leave a minimum 1m gap between any parked cars and your bins
|| Ensure you leave a minimum 1m gap between any trees and your bins
|| Ensure you leave a minimum gap of 1m between your bins and any telegraph poles or signposts
Lane Cove's general waste is transported by rail to Veolia's Woodlawn Eco-Precinct, near Goulburn. Once there, a portion of our waste is processed through a Mechanical and Biological Treatment facility which uses resource recovery technology to extract organic content from Council's general waste stream; producing compost for on-site mine rehabilitation.
The remainder of our waste is deposited into bioreactor landfill in which liquids are added to help bacteria break down the waste and the resultant gases are then captured to produce green energy.