Community Recycling Centres

Depending on which Community Recycling Centre you visit, other waste materials can also be dropped off for reuse, recycling or safe disposal.

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Coffs Harbour City Council Community Recycling Centre
31a Englands Road, Coffs Harbour
Monday to Friday –  7.30am to 5pm
Saturday and Sunday – 8am to 4pm


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Nambucca Community Recycling Centre
711 Old Coast Rd, Nambucca Heads
Monday-Sunday 7.30am – 4.30pm (closed Public Holidays)

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Raleigh Community Recycling Centre
Short Cut Road, Raleigh
Summer time (daylight savings) M,W, Th and Fri 7am-5pm
Winter time 8am-4pm.
Sat and Sun Summer time 8am-5pm,
Winter time 8am-4pm

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from 14th August 2017


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Macleay Valley Community Recycling Centre
638 Crescent Head Rd, Kempsey
Monday-Friday 7-4.30pm
Sat-Sun 9-4pm

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Port Macquarie Waste Facility Community Recycling Centre
Kingfisher Rd, Port Macquarie
Open every day 8am – 4pm

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Bucketts Way Community Recycling Facility
6839 The Bucketts Way, Tinonee
Open every day 7am-5pm.
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday

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Tuncurry Community Recycling Centre
Tip Rd, Tuncurry
Open every day 8am-4pm
Closed Christmas Day and Good Friday


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Gloucester Waste and Recycling Centre
385 Thunderbolts Way, Gloucester
Tuesday-Friday: 7.30-4pm
Sat-Sun: 11am-4pm
Closed Mondays, Christmas Day and Good Friday

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Why use the Community Recycling Centres?

Most of the waste accepted at Community Recycling Centres can be reused or recycled. By sorting your waste and taking it to your local centre, you will:

  • help improve resource recovery rates
  • save water, energy and other valuable natural resources

Storing and transporting your wastes

Handle and transport your materials carefully and safely. Protect your vehicle by placing items on a protective sheet or tray in the boot to capture any leakages or breakages.

What we’ve collected so far?

Since they opened, the community has, through our CRC network, avoided 290,000kg of problem waste from ending up in landfill. Most of this is destined for recycling, which is a great outcome. Well done to everyone who has participated and please, keep spreading the word! The most commonly dropped off items are paint which accounts for 219,000kg of the total.

 

For more information call the Environment Line on 131 555, contact your local council or visit www.epa.nsw.gov.au/recyclingcentres

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This is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the Waste Levy. Visit www.epa.nsw.gov.au