Northern Beaches Council Kerbside Collection
The Northern Beaches Council is made up of three former councils that used to govern smaller areas. They were united on the 12th of May 2016 to form the Northern Beaches Council which now governs those areas.
The free bulky household goods collection provided by the Northern Beaches Council is depended on your previous city council. These are:
Warringah Council area – 2 free collections notified by letter in the mailbox
Pittwater Council area – 2 free pre-booked collections either by online or calling
Manly Council area – 2 free pre-booked collections either by online or calling
Scotland Island and Western Foreshore area – 2 free collections dates found on waste calendar
With the assistance of the council’s free bulky waste collection, the Northern Beaches Council hopes to reduce the number of illegally dumped rubbish and preserve the natural environment. If you are unsure which rubbish goes into your household garbage bin, there are guides which can help you properly dispose of your rubbish.
How to prepare for Northern Beaches Council household junk collection
We have put together a list of things that you should carry out when preparing for the Northern Beaches Council to pick up your unwanted waste. By following these steps, you will ensure a high chance that your local city will pick up your household items.
1) Check the Northern Beach Council accepts your goods (see below)
2) A maximum of 3 cubic metres is allowed
3) Your items should only be placed on the kerbside the night before your council pick up
4) Doors from white goods are removed (for safety reasons)
5) Your pile of junk is neat and organised in front of your property
Household items accepted by the Northern Beaches Council
The Northern Beaches Council will accept the following items from households:
- Mattresses and bed bases
- Up to 12 fence palings
- Metal appliances
- White goods
- Hot water systems
- Rolled up carpets
- Up to 3 metal roofing sheets of 1m x 1.5m
Household items not accepted by the Northern Beaches Council
- Dangerous goods e.g. gas bottles, oil, chemicals
- Building or industrial materials e.g. bricks, demolition debris, soil, plasterboard
- Motor vehicle parts e.g. engine, tyres, motor oil
- Electronic waste e.g. television, computers
- Glass e.g. mirror, windows, glass tables
- Garden waste
- Objects heavier than 90 kilograms
Which suburbs does Northern Beaches Council cover?
The Northern Beaches Council covers 55 suburbs and an area of approximately 254 km squared with a population of over 252,000 (2016 census).
How to get rid of unaccepted household waste?
There is a variety of organisations and communities that will accept your unwanted waste. Some of the ways you can get rid of your household junk is by giving it to a friend or charity. Charities such as The Salvation Army and The Bower offer free pick up services on relatively good condition furniture and items.
There is a recycling centre available for residents in the Northern Beach Council area that may cost a fee to drop off your unwanted goods. Taking your recyclable waste to a recycling centre is a good option as it is redirected from the landfill and can be used again. You can drop off your electronic waste at your nearest e-waste recycling centre. They will accept small and large electronic rubbish such as computers, keyboards, mobiles etc.
Alternatively, some rubbish removal services such as Paul’s Rubbish Removal are specialists in rubbish disposal as we completely recycle our waste where possible. Our team are quick to attend to your home upon request with same-day removal services and will collect a wide range of rubbish from your household.
We provide the complete service for rubbish disposals no matter how big or small the job is. Paul’s Rubbish Removal is a team you can get behind for easy and affordable junk removal in Sydney.
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