Council Waste Facilities

Council Waste Facilities

MidWaste member councils provide services to their community to ensure  resources are recovered as a priority. Items that cannot be recovered or recycled are buried in landfills. 

Waste Management Centres generally include resource recovery facilities such as Community Recycling Centres (CRCs), material stockpiles like scrap metal and greenwaste (these are regularly processed and recycled), and landfills. 

Transfer stations are smaller facilities where the community  can drop off a range of items. These are transferred to the larger facility for recycling or disposal.  

The map shows the locations of council waste facilities in our region. Click on the pin more information. 

MAP OF WASTE FACILITIES IN THE MIDWASTE REGION

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Asbestos waste can only be disposed of at a licensed facility. Call your local Council to find out more.

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☎️ Don’t risk it. Call a Licenced Asbestos Contractor to check, remove and dispose of asbestos safely.

PPE cannot guarantee your health or safety, but it will help reduce your risk of exposure. It must be selected, worn and removed correctly to be effective. You also need to follow safe work practices to prevent asbestos contaminating everything around you.

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This project is a NSW Government Waste Less Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy