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Household waste collection & wheelie bins

Numerous areas around the Toowoomba region receive kerbside collections. There is even a service available for those that struggle to push the bin to the curb. Find information on the waste disposal solution for your area and what to put in your bins below.

To find out your bin collection day, use our Find your bin day tool. 

Rubbish bins lined up alongside road
To find out your bin collection day, use our Find your bin day tool.    Printable waste calendar If you already know your bin collection day, but would like a reminder calendar, print out the Waste collection calendar.   What to do if you are outside a ...
Waste collection truck
Bin collection day To find out your bin collection day, use our 'Find your bin day' tool.    Three bin kerbside collection service A three bin kerbside collection service is in place for all residential properties within the designated collection area throughout the region. The service consists ...
Your general waste bin, serviced weekly, has a red lid or nature green lid (same colour as the bin body). Items put in this bin are buried in landfill at a waste facility. Read below to find out which items are ...
We are proud of the recycling efforts by Toowoomba Region residents. But there's still room for improvement! It's time to look at how we can work together to reduce the amount of waste going to landfill. The information below will ...
Greenwaste bins are a handy way to dispose of lawn clippings, leaves and prunings. Your greenwaste is collected fortnightly and processed into mulch ready for reuse in council operations at our waste facilities. To be effectively recycled in this way it is very ...
We recognise that there are residents who for reasons of ill health, physical or mental incapacity are unable to move their bins to the roadside for service each week. Residents in this situation, who do not have any other able-bodied person ...
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