Bulky Waste Collection
Council’s Thornleigh Community Recycling Centre (CRC) is open, under appropriate COVID-19 Controls.
The Waste Customer Service Counter remains closed to the public until further notice.
Public enquiries can be directed to Council’s Waste Hotline as normal.
Phone: 9847 4856
Your scheduled bulky waste collection is for large unwanted household items. Bulky Waste items go straight to landfill so should be a last resort disposal option. Small household items should be placed straight into your red lid garbage bin.
Have a garage sale!
Before you throw away your unwanted household items, consider holding a garage sale to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill and rehome unwanted items for some extra cash.
Important information about bulky waste collection
- Place items on the nature strip at the front of your property one day only before your scheduled collection.
- The maximum volume per collection is three cubic metres. If you exceed this amount you will be asked to remove it.
- Place metal items in a separate pile for recycling.
- Make sure items can be easily lifted by two people.
- Small items can go in your red lid garbage bin.
- E-waste such as computers and televisions should NOT be put out for collection. These items contain precious natural resources that can be recycled. Please take all e-waste to the Community Recycling Centre.
- Cardboard can be put into your yellow lid recycling bin or taken to a waste management centre or Community Recycling Centre.
- Residents of medium density units must place their materials in the designated collection area.
- Council has the right to refuse collection of any items.
Remember: Placing your bulky waste out front more than one day before your collection date is considered illegal dumping.
The following items CAN be put out for collection:
The following items WILL NOT be collected:|
Plastic Free July
Plastic Free July is a global movement started in Australia, that helps millions of people be part of the solution to plastic pollution.
Waste Matters Strategy
Council has adopted the Waste Matters Strategy, to guide the future direction of how we manage our Shire’s waste and increase our current landfill diversion rate.