Waste & Recycling
Waratah-Wynyard Council introduced a fortnightly kerbside recycling service at the end of January, 2011. Recycling bins with the yellow lid were delivered to all households that currently have a recycling service as well as an information pack explaining how to recycle as well as the fortnightly recycling collection day.
Please see the following brochure for information on recycling collection dates.
For more information on what can and cannot be recycled and where to place your recycling bin, please read the following brochure
More information is also available via the Rethink Waste website
Council will provide one recycle bin per rateable property free of charge. The provision of further or replacement recycle bins will attract a fee. To request one or more recycle bins please complete the form below and return to Council.
For any further enquiries:
The Recycling Near You website also has information on other items you want to recycle and where to take them. This information is available at http://recyclingnearyou.com.au/council/WaratahWynyardTAS
The Wynyard Waste Transfer Station receives recyclables (free of waste and separated into cardboard, glass, aluminium etc.) at no charge. For more information about the Wynyard Waste Transfer Station below.
Waratah-Wynyard waste collection occurs on a weekly basis in the same areas as the fortnightly kerbside recycling service. Waratah waste collection is collected on a fortnightly basis.
The Wynyard Waste Transfer Station receives waste, with all ratepayers provided with eight tip tickets to use throughout the year. For more information about the Wynyard Waste Transfer Station below.
Waste Transfer Station
Goldie Street, Wynyard Tasmania 7325
Telephone (03) 6443 8393
Hours: 10:00 am to 4:00 pm (Mon-Sun)
Closed: News Years Day, Good Friday,
Anzac Day, Christmas Day and Boxing Day
Tasmania’s three waste management groups have launched a new website to assist the Tasmanian community in thinking differently about our waste.
www.rethinkwaste.com.au is a collaborative state-wide initiative of the Cradle Coast Waste Management Group, the Northern Tasmanian Waste Management Group and the Southern Waste Strategy Authority that encourages Tasmanians to rethink what we do with our waste at home, at school, in the workplace and when out and about.
Rethinkwaste.com.au is encouraging all Tasmanians to continue improving our environment, save energy, and reduce the burden on landfill by rethinking what we do with our waste. Reducing the level of household waste is an easy exercise in rethinking old habits and watching what goes in our bins. Rethinkwaste.com.au can show you how to get started and keep you going with great tips and ideas throughout the year.
By rethinking what we do, we can make a real reduction to the amount of waste we throw out. It’s not hard and every little bit helps.
Visit www.rethinkwaste.com.au for more information.