Are you seeking a free rubbish collection in the Canada Bay Council area? The City of Canada Bay Council has dedicated two yearly household kerbside cleanups. You may find out about these dates by using the free mobile application “My Waste” or by calling the City of Canada Bay Council to find out.
Residents can enjoy the benefits of a free council pick up or additional rubbish removal services for an extra charge on a yearly basis. The City of Canada Bay Council encourages residents to reuse, recycle and repurpose their waste if possible. Household junk that is relatively in good condition can be repurposed and donated to those in need or a charity.
The City of Canada Bay only provides scheduled rubbish collection, which can be inconvenient for those with urgent rubbish removal needs. It is also highly advised that you do not place the unwanted items out the night before the collection date. This is because it can attract pests and penalise you for illegally dumping waste.
Household items accepted by the City of Canada Bay Council
It is important that your bulky household junk falls under one of the following categories to be accepted by the City of Canada Bay Council:
- Furniture and equipment
- Garden waste
- White goods and household metals
Household items not accepted by the City of Canada Bay Council
There are certain household items which the City of Canada Bay Council will not accept due to safety and disposal reasons. Hazardous waste poses as a health risk and potentially contaminate other waste which may be able to be recycled. The City of Canada Bay Council cannot accept the following items:
- Hazardous waste e.g. asbestos, chemicals, paint, gas bottles
- Large garden waste
- Items heavier than 90 kilograms
- Car parts e.g. engine, tyres, motor oil
To dispose of these hazardous waste, the City of Canada Bay Community Recycling Centre will accept them for free during their opening hours.
How to prepare for the City of Canada Bay Council household junk collection
To be fully prepared for the City of Canada Bay Council rubbish collection, here is some checklist that you must go through and satisfy.
1) Check that the City of Canada Bay Council will accept your unwanted rubbish
2) Your rubbish is taken out on the night before the collection date and placed on the kerbside nature strip at the front of your property
3) The pile is less than 3 cubic metres, organised and isn’t blocking any pathway
4) Doors are removed from all white goods and small objects are bundled and tied up
Which suburbs does the City of Canada Bay Council cover?
The City of Canada Bay Council covers 17 suburbs and an area of approximately 19.8 km squared with a population of over 88,000 (2016 census).
- Breakfast Point
- Canada Bay
- Concord West
- Five Dock
- Liberty Grove
- North Strathfield
- Rodd Point
- Russell Lea
- Strathfield (Most of the suburb lies within the Municipality of Strathfield with other parts in Burwood Council)
Our convenient alternative
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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.