Campbelltown City Council Kerbside Collection
The Campbelltown City Council provides residents up to 4 free bulky household rubbish collection each year. The cleanup service requires to be pre-booked and arranged in advanced. Generally, the ideal booking date should be a minimum of 3-4 weeks prior as it can get pretty busy, especially during peak seasons such as school holidays when families are looking to throw away their junk before leaving for a holiday.
The arrangement for the free junk removal service can be booked online or over the phone with the Campbelltown City Council. It is important that you read up on how to the things that you should do when disposing of items. Proper rubbish disposal is essential in maintaining the natural environment. In this guide, we’ll show you what you can/cannot throw away and how to best prepare for the cleanup service.
How to prepare for Campbelltown City Council Kerbside Pick Up
The Campbelltown City Council will only accept a maximum of 1 cubic metre of rubbish per collection. Any excessive amount will result in rejection and the items will be left in front of your property. This may result in penalties due to the items being deemed as dumped illegally.
Follow these conditions and you can be confident that the Campbelltown City Council will collect your unwanted household junk.
1) White good appliances must have doors detached
2) Garden waste are bundled and tied
3) Your kerbside waste is accepted by the Campbelltown City Council
4) The volume of rubbish is less than 1 cubic metre
5) The pile is neatly placed and is not obstructing any paths
6) Small rubbish are placed in boxes or bags
Household items that are accepted by Campbelltown City Council
Here are the household items that you can throw away for Campbelltown City Council free kerbside collection service:
- Household toys
- Beds & mattresses
- Household electrical appliances
- White goods
- Hot water system
- Sport equipment
- Small garden clippings
Household items that are not accepted by Campbelltown City Council
The Campbelltown City Council has strict rules about accepting household waste. The free council rubbish collection is usually transported directly to a landfill to be disposed of. There are much better eco-friendly alternatives for unwanted bulky household junk. Here are the household waste which the Campbelltown City Council does not collect:
- Building waste e.g. concrete, bricks, tiles, drywall, demolition debris
- Food waste
- Hazardous waste e.g. asbestos, paint, oil, batteries, gas bottles
- Large garden waste e.g. large branches or tree trunks
- Motor vehicle parts e.g. engine, tyres, motor oil
Which suburbs does Campbelltown City Council cover?
The Campbelltown City Council covers 36 suburbs and an area of approximately 312 square kilometres with a population of over 157,000 (2016 census).
How can I get rid of unaccepted household items in Campbelltown City Council?
For oversized household rubbish that cannot be thrown away via the Campbelltown City Council service, you have various options to choose from in Sydney.
The Bower and The Australian Red Cross will accept mattresses and bulky white goods that are still in good condition to provide for those in need. Otherwise, taking them to a recycling facility to recondition or reproduce the product is a great way to preserve the ecosystem from litter and waste that can harm the development of the wildlife.
Experienced and professional rubbish removal services such as Paul’s Rubbish Removal also offers an alternative way of throwing away your unwanted household rubbish. We accept nearly all household waste and recycle them where possible to minimise the impact of rubbish on the environment and prevent illegal dumping.
We have over 10 years of industry experience and have dealt with all types of rubbish removal jobs. At Paul’s Rubbish Removal, we are committed to providing superior, quick and easy junk removal of all sort.
Contact us today for a free quotation over the phone on 0407 125 125!