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The Waste Guide (PDF 2MB) has a detailed list of everything that can go into your general waste and recycling bins.

Drawing of a green bin, with a half green lid and half red lid. This shows the 2 types of waste bins currently available to residents.General Waste Bin (Green or Red Lid)

The general waste bin is collected weekly. It is for your waste that can’t be recycled or reused.

General Waste Bin

  • food scraps
  • garden organics
  • nappies and hygiene products
  • polystyrene and long-life cartons
  • soft plastic and packaging (e.g. lolly wrappers, bread bags, bubble wrap)
  • plastic bottle lids
  • damaged clothing, shoes, crockery and toys
  • coffee cups and takeaway cups.

What can't I put in?

  • clean recyclables
  • construction or building materials^
  • household hazardous waste^
  • electronic waste (e-waste) or batteries^
  • gas bottles^
  • liquids or hot ash
  • oils^

^ these items can be disposed at the Ranford Road Resource Recovery and Waste Transfer Station (RRWTS). Visit the RRWTS page to learn more.

A drawing a green bin with a yellow lid. This is the City's recycling bin.Recycling Bin (Yellow Lid)

The yellow lid recycling bin is for your recyclable items, which are reprocessed into new products. These items must be loose (not bagged), clean and empty.

The yellow lid bin is collected fortnightly. Enter your address above to learn when your next collection date is.

Yellow Lid Recycling Bin

  • aluminium and steel cans (rinsed)
  • glass bottles and jars (rinsed and lids removed)
  • plastic bottles and containers (rinsed and lids removed)
  • paper (clean and not shredded)
  • cardboard (flattened and clean).

What can't I put in?

  • recycling in bags (all items must be placed loose in the bin)
  • soft plastics (e.g. lolly wrappers, bread bags, bubble wrap)
  • polystyrene or meat trays
  • nappies
  • clothes or other textiles
  • food or garden organics
  • aerosol cans^
  • electronic waste (e-waste) or batteries^
  • dirty food containers or pizza boxes
  • coffee cups and takeaway cups
  • long-life cartons (foil lined).

^ these items can be disposed at the Ranford Road Resource Recovery and Waste Transfer Station (RRWTS). Visit the RRWTS page to learn more.

We’ve put together a handy guide to help you with sorting your waste into the correct bins. The guide is available in 15 languages.
 

mage showing the items which go into General Waste and Recycling bins. Click one of the language options below to view an accessible version and to learn more.

English

How to sort your waste

Arabic

كيف تقوم بفرز نفاياتك المنزلية

Hindi

अपने कचरे को कै से छाँट

Indonesian

CARA MEMILAH LIMBAH ANDA

Italian

COME DIFFERENZIARE I RIFIUTI

Korean

쓰레기 분리 방법

Malayalam

നിങ്ങളുടെ മാലിന്യങ്ങൾ എങ്ങനെ തരംതിരിക്

Punjabi

ਆਪਣੇ ਕੂ ੜੇ ਨੂੰ ਕਿਵੇਂ ਛਾਂਟਿਆ ਜਾਵ

Simplified Chinese

如何进行垃圾分类
Sinhalese
ඔබේ කසළ වර්ග කරන්නේ කෙසේද?

Tagalog

PAANO IBUBUKOD ANG IYONG BASURA

Tamil

உங்கள் கழிவை எவ்விதம் வகைப்படுத்துவத

Traditional Chinese

如何進行垃圾分類

Turkish

ÇÖPÜNÜZÜ SINIFLANDIRMA

Vietnamese

CÁCH PHÂN LOẠI RÁC

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