Rubbish is collected Mon-Fri - to find your day, type in your number and street name (leave off Rd or St or Ave, etc) into this mapping tool.
The standard waste service provided is one (1) red-top 60 litre bin per week for each residential premises, the standard rate charge is $288 per annum (2015-16).
Please make sure that you put your bins out the night before collection day, near the kerb and in a spot where they won't block pedestrian, bicycle or vehicle access.
Things you should know:
For occasional excess rubbish stickers are available from Council (for a fee) per 60 litre bin. These stickers must be attached to the extra bin or it will not be emptied. Flat or unit dwellers sharing a 240 litre mobile bin are required to buy four stickers (for a fee) per extra 240 litre mobile bin service.
For permanent excess rubbish owners of properties may request a collection in return for an additional fee.
Excess Domestic Waste Service - single dwelling (155KB)
Excess Domestic Waste Service - multi dwelling (258KB)
Note: Council also provides at no extra charge a Household extra waste and Green extra waste service fortnightly and is available to all residents by booking.
Contact the Council's Waste Information Service on or 9936 8100 for further information.
North Sydney Council offers its residents a comingled recycling bin collection system to make recycling easier. Each property is allocated a yellow lidded bin which is collected on the same scheduled day as your standard waste bin.
Battery recycling bins are located at:
- Council Customer Service foyer
- Stanton Library and at
- the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability.
You can recycle:
- AA, AAA, C, DD and 9v smoke alarm batteries
- laptop, mobile phone, camera batteries
- cordless phone and std rechargeable batteries
- UPS, VRLA, and SLA batteries
You can recycle your flourescent tubes or compact flourescent lightbulbs at the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability.
You can recycle your old mobile phones, including battery and chargers at both Council Chambers and the Coal Loader Centre for Sustainability.
Bag Trade-in Offer
Plastic bags cause serious damage to the environment and to marine animals. The use of calico bags for shopping, as an alternative to plastic bags, is giving the environment a helping hand in a practical manner.
Bring 10 clean supermarket plastic bags into Council and we will give you a FREE calico shopping bag in return (one per customer). The plastic will be used in construction industry products. Ask at customer service for your FREE calico bag.
Consider donating these to a community bike workshop such as Cycle ReCycle, where they will be fixed up or broken down for spare parts for use by disadvantaged members of the community.