Waste Types

General Household

What can you place in the general waste bin?

Clothes, paper, cardboard, bedding, towels, kitchenware, bathroom accessories, duvets, cushions
Office furniture such as desks, desk tidies, chairs, stationary,
Furniture and Appliances
Cupboards, loungers, washing machines, cots, beds, fridges, chairs, sofas, Computers or TV screens
Light green waste
Shrubs, grass, foliage, leaves, twigs
DO NOT PLACE THE FOLLOWING IN THE GENERAL WASTE BIN:
Hard heavy materials
Bricks, sand, concrete, tiles, clay, stones
Soil, Turf or Synthetic grass without prior consent.

Mattresses and car Tyres can be disposed of at additional cost.

Hazardous materials that must not be placed in this bin include:
Asbestos, insulation, food, wet paint, empty chemical containers, liquids or putrescibles

Green Waste

Green Waste


Light green waste
Shrubs, foliage, grass clippings, leaves, twigs
Small branches, leaves and palms fronds
Woodchip and bark – there must be no soil attached to either 

Tree trunks
The diameter must be smaller than 150mm and to meet requirements

DO NOT PLACE THE FOLLOWING IN THE GREEN WASTE BIN:
Hard heavy materials
Bricks, sand, concrete, tiles, clay, stones
Large tree trunks
Trunks that are larger than 150mm in diameter
Hazardous materials that must not be placed in this bin include:
Asbestos, insulation, food, wet paint, empty chemical containers, liquids or putrescibles

Masonry Waste

What can you place in the concrete/brick bin?
Bricks and/or bricks and mortar
Concrete
Roof tiles
Floor tiles
Pebbles
Rocks
Stones
DO NOT PLACE THE FOLLOWING IN THE CONCRETE/BRICK BIN:
General, green or excavation waste
Soil or turf
Green Waste

Household waste

Construction waste, Plaster timber etc.
Sand, soil and dirt is strictly prohibited Hazardous materials that must not be placed in this bin include:
Asbestos, insulation, food, wet paint, empty chemical containers, liquids or putrescibles

Soil Waste

What can you place in the soil/dirt bin?
Soil/dirt rock, sandstone and clay that is naturally occuring
Turf and vegetation that takes up less than 10% of the space of the bin
DO NOT PLACE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS IN THE SOIL/DIRT BIN:
Vegetation that takes up more than 10% of the bin
Contaminated soil
Manmade materials
Hazardous materials that must not be placed in this bin include:
Asbestos, insulation, food, wet paint, empty chemical containers, liquids or putrescibles
This bin is strictly for soil or dirt and no other waste can be disposed of via this medium

Mixed Heavy Waste

What can you place in the mixed waste bin?
Waste that comes from domestic commercial demolition, construction or renovation
Hardfill waste
Bricks, concrete, tiles 
Treated timber
Retaining walls, decking, floorboards, fences, sheds
Household waste:
Clothes, paper, cardboard, bedding, towels, kitchenware, bathroom accessories, duvets, cushions
Furniture and Appliances
Cupboards, loungers, washing machines, cots, beds, fridges, chairs, sofas
Green waste
Shrubs, foliage, grass clippings, leaves, twigs, bushes, palm trees
Tree trunks

DO NOT PLACE THE FOLLOWING ITEMS IN THE MIXED HEAVY BIN:

Hazardous materials that must not be placed in this bin include:Asbestos, insulation, food, wet paint, chemicals, liquids or putrescibles

Soil or dirt is strictly prohibited from this bin.

Contaminated Soil

What can you place in the contaminated soil/dirt bin?

The contaminated soil bin is for circumstances where man-made material has become mixed with soil and is too difficult to separate.

FOLLOWING ITEMS IN THE SOIL/DIRT BIN:Asbestos, food, wet paint, chemicals, liquids or putrescibles

 

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