Waste and recycling

Central Coast Resource Management Strategy 2020-2030

Council’s Central Coast Resource Management Strategy 2020-2030 has been developed from extensive community feedback and reflects a modern community’s needs and aspirations for a sustainable circular economy. The vision guiding the Central Coast Resource Management Strategy is: Promote the Central Coast as a creative environment for developing a local circular economy that values the recovery of resources and advocates prevention of waste.

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Bulk waste kerbside collection

Central Coast residents can book up to six general or green waste bulk kerbside collections a year. See the collection guidelines to ensure prompt pick-up.

Disposing hazardous waste

Learn how to responsibly dispose of toxic and potentially harmful household items including chemicals, batteries, globes, medicines, needles and sharps.

Disposing commercial waste

Businesses proposing to discharge liquid trade waste into a Council sewer must obtain prior approval. Find information on fees and charges, exceptions and the application process.

Find a waste facility

Find information on hours of operation, fees, contact details and accepted materials for our three waste management facilities located at Jilliby, Woy Woy and Kincumber.

Household waste

Council provides general, recycling and garden waste services for residential properties via the red, green and yellow lidded bins. Report a missed waste service, learn what you can put in your kerbside bins and more.

Illegal dumping

Illegal dumping of waste is a significant problem socially, financially and environmentally. Your help in reporting it helps to ensure a safer and cleaner environment for all.

Other waste and recycling

Refuse, reduce, reuse, upcycle, recycle! Help protect the environment with our recycling tips and information on what to do with items such as e-waste and mattresses.
Last updated : Fri 6 Nov 2020