Not sure if it's recycling or garden organics week? Use our search tool using the link on this page to find out what day your bins get emptied, and when kerbside clean ups are collected in your area.
You can also check your collection day, set a bin reminder and access a variety of waste information by downloading our My Waste Bin app.
We've introduced My Waste Bin to phase out our traditional hard copy calendars, and to provide some extra useful features for our residents. If you'd prefer a hard copy calendar, you can download one to print at home here.
Each week Council collects your general waste from your kerbside and collects recycling and garden organics fortnightly.
Did you know you can have up to four kerbside clean ups each year? If you need to get rid of bulky items that can't go in your bins, you can book a kerbside clean up for collection.
We've introduced our My Waste Bin app to phase out hard copy waste collection calendars. My Waste Bin includes all of the information provided in the traditional calendars, plus a whole lot more!
Our Community Recycling Centre is available for residents to drop off household problem waste. Limits apply.
Provides an A-Z list of various items and their recycling and/or disposal options.
Did you know that there are other ways you can recycle? Programs are available to recycle your mobile phone, fluorescent tubes and globes, household batteries and your bottles and cans.
‘Contamination’ happens when the wrong items are placed in your recycling or garden organics bins.
Find the latest on drop off days to workshops on waste reduction and composting, you'll find an event to help you reduce waste and increase recycling.
Setting up your own composting systems or worm farm is a great way to recycle food waste into fertiliser, and soil conditioner for your garden.
Join us on the journey to create a future of less waste and a more sustainable lifestyle in Campbelltown City.
Here you will find a range of resources and information to support both teachers, students and community members to undertake waste and recycling activities.
If you operate a small business you may be eligible to use our business waste service. The business waste service is similar to the household waste service, and is provided to businesses for a fee.
This section will identify government action, policies, strategies and programs in place at all levels of government to work towards reduced waste and targets
Find out how to dispose of medical waste commonly created at home including your RAT test, needles and sharps and other medical waste.
We are trialling the use of bin locks to see if they assist in reducing litter from bins created by birds accessing bins on collection day.