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Clutter is anything you are keeping around your house that doesn’t add value to your life. Decluttering is all about making space in your house (and your life) for the things that matter. MIDWASTE has developed a new Declutter workshop program Less is More! to help residents learn how to declutter their home and dispose …

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ReSourceful Schools Resourceful Schools is a comprehensive waste education program for schools in each of the eight Council areas in the Midwaste region. The program, which involves multiple visits by educators to the school, focuses on waste and resource recovery issues and developing skills to change student and staff behaviour around waste management. Students involved …

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BULKY WASTE COLLECTION The following Councils offer a kerbside bulk waste collection service or free tip tickets for items that do not fit in your red lidded bin There are limitations on the quantity and type of material accepted. Please click the link below for your Council for more information Remember, one person’s trash is …

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[embedyt] https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4zufeMDKNw4[/embedyt]   Many items cannot be placed in any of your kerbside bins or your bulky waste collections (including the red lidded bin). However, these items can all be taken to your local Waste Management Centre, most of them free of charge, including: gas bottles paint batteries (household and car) oil (household and motor) smoke …

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Recycling – Yellow Bin All residents in the MIDWASTE area receive a fortnightly recycling service which is collected in the Yellow lidded Bin The recycling service is a co-mingled service where all recyclable items are placed together into one bin. It is therefore important that all items remain loose and are not placed inside plastic bags …

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Home composting and/or worm farming is a great way to manage the majority of your food waste. View the page on composting for more information about how to compost and worm farm at home. If you live in Port Macquarie-Hastings, Kempsey, Nambucca, Bellingen or Coffs Harbour Shires you can also put food scraps in your green bin. Garden …

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Garbage is collected in the Red lidded Bin Red lidded bin services across the MIDWASTE area vary For more information on what goes into your red lidded bin click on your Council logo below Southern Sub-Region   Central Area – Sub-Region   Northern Area – Sub-Region

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