NOTE: Bookings for the Annual Clean-Up (formerly known as Dial-a-Garbo) are no longer required
SERVICE OPERATES in November 2015
NO BOOKINGS REQUIRED
* Annual Clean-up Collection (hard waste collection) dates are now available on the My Local app *
NOTE: To enable the hard waste information and notifications, please reset your home address in Settings on the App:
- Click on Clarence City Council.
- Re-enter your home address.
- Also - turn on Waste Collection Notifications.
This is a chance to put out large items of rubbish which cannot normally be collected through Council’s wheelie bin service.
This Council service is free to residents who receive a Council garbage collection service and is intended for the collection of large items such as:
- Household appliances
- Limited amounts of building material and electrical goods.
Rural Residential areas, which do not receive the greenwaste service will receive the Annual Clean-Up service. See locations below for dates in your location.
Don’t be concerned if only some of your items are collected at one time. There will be a series of different trucks each collecting different items at different times throughout the day.
Collection commences at 6.00 am and all items that comply will be collected by the end of the day.
How to use this service
During November 2015 on the 1st greenwaste collection day of November for your general area, put your items out on the nature strip neatly next to, but at least 1 metre from your wheelie bins. To confirm the collection day please check the following link Collection days and areas. These items should not be placed out until the evening before your collection day and at latest prior to 6.00 am on your collection day. Collection begins at 6.00 am.
The items should fit within an area 2 metres wide by 2 metres deep and stand no more than a metre high (4m3). The items must be able to be easily lifted onto a truck by two people.
Suburb and collection Date
Also see Collection days and areas.
- Acton Park – Friday 13 November
- Bellerive North – Wednesday 4 November
- Bellerive South – Wednesday 18 November
- Cambridge – Friday 27 November
- Clarendon Vale & Pass Rd – Tuesday 3 November
- Clifton Beach – Friday 6 November
- Cremorne – Friday 6 November
- Dulcot – Monday 9 November
- Geilston Bay – Monday 16 November
- Grass Tree Hill – Monday 9 November
- Howrah North – Thursday 5 November
- Howrah South – Thursday 12 November
- Lauderdale – Friday 13 November
- Lindisfarne North – Tuesday 10 November
- Lindisfarne South – Tuesday 24 November
- Montagu Bay – Monday 2 November
- Mornington – Wednesday 25 November
- Mount Rumney – Friday 27 November
- Oakdowns – Wednesday 25 November
- Opossum Bay – Friday 20 November
- Otago – Monday 9 November
- Richmond – Monday 9 November
- Risdon – Monday 9 November
- Risdon Vale – Monday 23 November
- Roches Beach – Friday 13 November
- Rokeby – Tuesday 17 November
- Rose Bay – Monday 2 November
- Rosny – Monday 2 November
- Rosny Park – Wednesday 4 November
- Sandford – Friday 6 November
- Seven Mile Beach – Friday 27 November
- South Arm – Friday 20 November
- Tranmere – Thursday – 26 November
- Warrane – Wednesday 11 November
Trade waste (fencers, builders, plumbers)
The amount of building rubble, including soil, sand and bricks, is limited to 0.25 cubic metres. This material must be bagged in bags that weigh no more than 16 kilograms and will not split.
The amount of carpet is limited to 1 cubic metre. Individual pieces should not be too heavy for lifting onto a truck by two people.
All other building material, including timber and guttering, is limited to 0.5 cubic metres.
Refrigerators, freezers and trunks
For child safety reasons, before placing any refrigerator, freezer or trunk with a capacity of 40 litres or more on the nature strip, you must first remove every door and lid or every lock catch and hinge, or otherwise render every door and lid incapable of being fastened. Any cords or hoses should also be removed.
Is it too good to throw away?
Residents that have items they consider may be good enough to reuse are encouraged to first phone your local charity.
The following material will NOT be collected:
- Paint tins will NOT be collected within this service. Leakage and lids popping causes many difficulties during collection. However, empty paint tins with lids off can be collected as part of your fortnightly kerbside recycling collection.
- Broken glass, asbestos or ashes.
- Loose rubble.
- All fencing wire including chicken wire.
- Commercial or business waste.
- Any item longer than 1.5 metres excluding mattresses.
- Items too heavy for easy lifting onto a truck by two people.
- Engine blocks, car batteries, tyres and body parts or any other car parts.
- Chemicals or liquids, including engine oil.
- Gas cylinders.
- Vegetable matter.
- Garden refuse. This can be put out for collection on Council’s green organics collection day every 4 weeks
- Cardboard or other recyclables. These can be put out for recycling collection every 2 weeks in your recycling bin.
If your material does not fit the guidelines
If the material you wish to dispose of falls outside the above guidelines for this service you must make your own disposal arrangements.
Rubbish can be delivered to the Mornington Park Waste Transfer Station.
Don’t place material in bins unless you want the bin taken away. All items placed out will be removed including any containers.
REMEMBER: The total amount of material put out for collection should fit within an area two metres wide by two metres deep and stand no more than one metre high (4m3).