Annual kerbside cleanup

The annual Council Kerbside Cleanup May-June 2017

A kerbside clean-up service for domestic waste items will be provided in May and June for all households currently receiving a weekly waste collection service throughout the Clarence Valley Council area.  During the cleanup, items should be placed on the footpath at the beginning of the relevant week (ie Sunday). This service is not available to businesses or residential premises receiving a commercial waste service.

The collection dates will be staged across the Council area as follows:

Week 1
15-19 May
Armidale  Road - Elland,  Coutts Crossing,  Blaxlands Creek,  Nymboida
Gwydir  Highway - Waterview  Heights, Seelands, Eatonsville, Ramornie
Orara Way - Braunstone,  Levenstrath, Lanitza, Kremnos,  Glenreagh
Pacific Highway - Cowper, Ulmarra,  Swan Creek, Tucabia, Pillar Valley,  Wooli, Minnie Water, Diggers Camp, Bom Bom, Glenugie, Wells Crossing,  Halfway Creek
Week 2
22-26 May
South Grafton,  Clarenza, Grafton (Villiers St to Clarence River)
Week 3
29 May-2 June
Grafton (other than Villiers St to Clarence River), Junction Hill, Mountain View, Southgate and Lower Southgate
Clarence Way - The Whiteman,  Copmanhurst,  Fineflower, Baryulgil
Summerland Way -  The Pinnacles, Banyabba
Week 4
5-9 June

 
Yamba,  Palmers Island, Angourie, Wooloweyah, Harwood, Chatsworth, Iluka, Woody Head, Ashby, Woombah, Tullymorgan, Warregah
Week 5
12-16 June

 
Maclean,  Lawrence, Townsend, Gulmarrad, Brooms Head, South Arm, James Creek, Woodford, Brushgrove, Tyndale

To help the collection run smoothly, please note the following:

  • E-waste WILL NOT BE COLLECTED (computers, tvs, printers, hifi, phones).
  • Greenwaste WILL NOT BE COLLECTED (tree and shrub prunings, grass clippings).
  • Other items that will NOT be collected include: vehicle tyres, dangerous or hazardous materials (including liquid waste, car batteries, asbestos), industrial or building waste (including paint), concrete, gas bottles.
  • Microwaves WILL BE collected
  • A crew of two staff per truck will operate the collection service so items should be no heavier than what two people can lift.
  • The volume of waste per household will not exceed 2 cubic metres in volume (one small box trailer) and be no longer than 1.5 metres in length.
  • Loose smaller items should be placed in boxes or bags.
  • Items are to be left on the footpath where you normally position your wheelie bin, making sure it does not obstruct or endanger pedestrians or traffic.
  • Ensure latches and locking devices are removed from old fridges.
  • Council and its contractor reserve the right to refuse the collection of any item.

If you are unclear of the date that you should place your rubbish on the footpath or require more information about this service please contact the Waste Hotline 1800 335599 or Council 6643 0200.

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