In an effort to combat illegal dumping in the Canterbury-Bankstown Council district, the council is providing household residents with the opportunity to properly dispose of their bulky household items with two free kerbside clean up. Residents living in the area will need to book with the Canterbury-Bankstown Council via the telephone or through the online booking system.
The City of Canterbury-Bankstown covers a large area and requires two separate booking process. Check below to see which ward your suburb falls under.
Bankstown, Bass Hill, Birrong, Chester Hill, Chullora, Condell Park, East Hills, Georges Hall, Greenacre, Lansdowne, Milperra, Mount Lewis, Padstow, Padstow Heights, Panania, Picnic Point, Punchbowl, Potts Hill, Revesby, Revesby Heights, Sefton, Villawood, Yagoona
Ashbury, Belfield, Belmore, Beverly Hills, Campsie, Canterbury, Clemton Park, Croydon Park, Earlwood, Hurlstone Park, Kingsgrove, Lakemba, Narwee, Punchbowl, Riverwood, Roselands, Wiley Park
If your unwanted household items are in relatively good condition which can be repurposed and reused, then consider donating your items to a charity. The Bower can help you with free junk collection to be donated to charities in Sydney. This way, both parties can benefit from the exchange. It also ensures that no waste ends up at a landfill that is not required.
How early can you book for a Canterbury-Bankstown Council rubbish pick up?
Residents in the City of Canterbury Bankstown are encouraged to book well in advance to lock in an appointment date. You may be able to arrange a date of up to 6 months in the future and as early as 10 am. This will save you the trouble during the peak busy seasons when everyone is also looking to dispose of their large household items.
The recommended time of booking is ideally 3 weeks in advance. This provides both parties with the opportunity to prepare and organise for the best removal and disposal method that is seamless.
How to prepare for Canterbury-Bankstown Council clean-up service
1) Items must be accepted by the Canterbury-Bankstown Council (see below)
2) Indicate where the rubbish pile is when booking
3) The pile doesn’t exceed a volume of 3 cubic metres
4) The pile is placed neatly and isn’t obstructing any path
5) All the doors from white goods are removed
6) Broken or small rubbish should be placed in bags or boxes
7) Can be carried by two people
8) Must only be placed on the kerbside the night before collection
Household items accepted by the Canterbury-Bankstown Council
The Canterbury-Bankstown Council collects and disposes of all the waste to a landfill. It is best to avoid the landfill as much as possible due to the harmful greenhouse gases that is released from the site. Nonetheless, the council will accept the following items to be disposed of:
- Household furniture
- Bundled and tied garden waste
- Appliance and metal
- White goods
Household items not accepted by the Canterbury-Bankstown Council
Certain household items cannot be accepted by the Canterbury-Bankstown Council due to the impact that it can have on the environment in a landfill, potential hazards on our employees and requires to be disposed of properly. These items include:
- Building waste
- Sharp objects
- Car parts
- Metal fencing
- Oversized garden waste
- Hazardous waste
How to get rid of items not accepted by the Canterbury-Bankstown Council?
Dangerous goods can be disposed of by looking for a nearby recycling centre that will accept your paint, motor oil and batteries. You may also drop off your rejected household items to a Community Recycling Centre that will take your goods once a year.
Which suburbs does the City of Canterbury Bankstown cover?
The City of Canterbury-Bankstown covers 42 suburbs and an area of approximately 110 kilometres squared with a population of over 346,000 (2016 census).
- Ashbury (with a minor portion within the Inner West Council)
- Bankstown Aerodrome
- Bass Hill
- Belfield (with parts within the Municipality of Strathfield)
- Beverly Hills (with parts within Georges River Council)
- Chester Hill (with parts within Cumberland Council)
- Clemton Park
- Croydon Park (with parts within Burwood Council and the Inner West Council)
- Condell Park
- East Hills
- Georges Hall
- Greenacre (with a minor portion within Strathfield)
- Hurlstone Park (with a minor portion with the Inner West Council)
- Kingsgrove (with parts within Georges River Council and Bayside Council)
- Mount Lewis
- Narwee (with parts within Georges River Council)
- Padstow Heights
- Picnic Point
- Potts Hill
- Regents Park (with parts within Cumberland Council)
- Revesby Heights
- Riverwood (with parts within Georges River Council)
- Villawood (with parts within Fairfield Council)
- Wiley Park
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Local Councils Within Sydney
Do you reside in Sydney and want to know more about what types of junk your local council will and will not take? Find out more by browsing through the links below.