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General Clean Up Collection

Booking Service for General & Metal Clean Up Collections for Mainland Residents

Residents can book up to two general clean up collections a year. The collection will be on your regular waste collection day, in a week that suits you.

Bookings 

  • Phone 9970 1233.
  • Book online.

Please provide at least 2 days' notice for collection. Note that during busy periods, such as summer holiday periods, there may be longer waiting periods.

Please note:

  • Three (3) cubic metres is the maximum amount allowed per individual collection
  • Place your items on the kerb no earlier than the evening before collection 
  • Please place metals in a separate pile. Remove any doors from fridges and furniture. Pull apart all large items, such as trampolines, clothes hoists and outdoor heaters so they can be loaded by one person.
  • Make your booking before putting any items on the kerb to avoid illegal dumping charges. 

General Clean Up


Items accepted for general clean up

  • Furniture - with doors removed
  • General household items
  • Paint tins - empty and lids removed
  • Appliances such as hot water heaters, refrigerators, stoves, with doors removed.

items we cannot accept for general clean up:

  • Vegetation  - please put in your green bin
  • Food scraps and wrappings - go in your red or general rubbish bin
  • Bricks or other building materials
  • Tyres or other car parts
  • Soil
  • Recyclable materials such as paper, glass, PET plastic
  • Paint and oil (take to Belrose Waste Management Centre)
  • Computers and TVs cannot be collected, however you can take up to 15 unwanted computer and TV items to Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre for free - further information on computer and TV recycling. 

Updated: 19 August 2016