Want an extra recycling or upsized rubbish bin?
Before you start there are a few important things to help you.
Terms and Conditions
To save money, you can also check out the waste and recycling disposal guide. Many items can be recycled for free at our tips and hoppers.
All households are provided with a standard 80L rubbish bin and 240L recycling bin.
80L rubbish bins are 785 mm high (bin on the left) and 120L rubbish bins are 870 mm high (second bin from the left)
Recycling (blue lid) and Food and Green Waste (light green lid) is only available in a 240L bin.
Want an extra bin?
You can order additional bins to the standard 80L rubbish bin provided to all households.
What to upsize your rubbish bin?
If you want a bigger rubbish bin you can upgrade your 80L rubbish bin.
Want an extra recycling bin?
An extra 240L recycling bin is a once off cost of $80.
Green waste bin
A 240L Green waste bin costs $145 per year.
If you are renting, please contact your landlord to apply.
If the property is owned by a company and you are not listed as a director, complete a company authority form before placing your order.
All annual fees are adjusted at the time of application, proportionate to the time remaining in the financial year.
From July 1 2022, schools and early learning centres can apply for the food and green waste kerbside service for their educational facility. This is to enable schools and ELCS to continue their food waste diversion programs and to reduce their food waste to landfill.
To verify organisational approval for the ongoing payment of $145 per annum for this service, please complete the Food and Green Waste Bin Payment Authority Form and this will be forwarded to email@example.com. One of the Circular Economy and Waste team members will be in touch to discuss your food waste program with you and talk you through the requirements of using the service.
You will need to know your property number to be able to order a food and green waste bin. Council property numbers are a matter of public knowledge and can be found on the Landata website. Please follow the link from here. Once on the Landata site, follow these instructions:
Then if you click the 'Municipality" tab it will give you your property number.
Your property number can be found on your rates or animal notice. What is my property number?
Check what size your current bin is so that you can request the correct size.
Complete our online form