Increased green waste and recycling in bookable clean-up collections.
How well do you know your recycling in Ku-ring-gai?
Changes to green waste bin collection and Council clean-up services.
Book your general clean-up and bulk green waste collections online.
Waste services available for houses and units. What to place in each bin. Download printable bin stickers.
A waste and recycling disposal guide for household waste and waste management centres.
Find out bin collection days for houses and units. See bin collection tips. Request a bin, a bin repair, or notify us of a missed service.
We offer a range of services and programs to help you recycle more.Try our recycling quiz, see our waste and recycling video.
Find out how to dispose of chemicals, electronics, medicines, sharps and asbestos safely.
Report illegally dumped rubbish.
Information on where your waste and recycling goes after collection.
Composting and worm farms reduce your household waste and naturally fertilise your garden.
The Compost Cooperative is currently being trialled in Ku-ring-gai for residents in units and apartment blocks who want to compost food scraps.
Learn what we are doing and how you can help to make Ku-ring-gai litter free.
Set up or adjust a waste and recycling collection service for your business.
Waste services information translated into Chinese Traditional, Chinese Simplified, Korean and Japanese.
Waste management centres closest to Ku-ring-gai.
The Plastic Free July challenge provides resources and ideas to help participants reduce single-use plastic waste every day at home, work, school and in the community.
Do you have a quality item that is too good to send to landfill? Try contacting The Bower.
Lightweight plastic bags are banned in NSW from 1 June and single use plastic straws, stirrers, cutlery, plastic plates and bowls and polystyrene foodware from 1 November.
Ku-ring-gai schools have access to a wide range of face to face and online educational resources on waste and recycling.