- Council Community Waste and Recycling Centres
- Council Waste and Recycling Centres with Landfills
- Council Residential Waste Services
- Council Residential Recycling Services
- Council Kerbside Green Waste Bin Service
- Council Commercial Services
- Local Recycling Business Directory
- Local Charitable Organisations
The Kerbside Cleanup Program schedule for 2013 has been developed. Three Divisions are participating this year.
The proposed schedule is as follows:
Division Start date Finish date
Div 7 5 August 2013 16 August 2013
Div 4 19 August 2013 30 August 2013
Div 6 2 September 2013 13 September 2013
Div 10 8 October 2013 18 October 2013
Click on Division links to see a Divisional Street Map. Information leaflets will be delivered to eligible households 10 to 12 days prior to the commencement dates.
Old TVs and computers can now be recycled for free at six Council waste and recycling centres. Go to eWaste recycling for more information.
City of Gold Coast is encouraging reuse by supporting the National Garage Sale Trail on Saturday 26 October 2013. Consider saving your unwanted quality goods and sign up for a garage sale. More information coming in August 2013.
Any further queries? Please contact Council's Waste Management on (07) 5581 6799 or contact us via GreenGC.
Collection is limited to:
- two cubic metres in volume (one small box trailer),
- items not longer than 1.5 metres, and
- items easily and safely lifted by two people
Materials may be collected at any time during the week of the collection for your area, so please ensure that all items are placed on the kerb on the Sunday evening. Materials placed out after the collection date will not be collected.
Please keep metal in a separate pile.
Council reserves the right to refuse any material. Offensive, heavy, dangerous or excessive volumes of material will not be collected.
Contact recycling centres, charity providers or second hand dealers to see if usable items are wanted first.
bath and laundry tubs
stoves Carpet and lino
bagged garden waste
small pruning (tied in bundles)
small car parts
furniture (please remove cupboard doors)
white goods and scrap metal
other household items
The following items are unacceptable for the kerbside clean-up and will not be collected. Please contact Council about other recycling and disposal options or find your nearest Council waste disposal and recycling facility to appropriately manage this waste.
putrescible (decaying) matter
liquids and hazardous waste
paint, oils and chemicals
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