What we are doing to help keep our community safe and informed.
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Shoalhaven City Council provides information on safe and responsible ways to handle and dispose of building waste, including asbestos, as well as details about how to save on Depot fees.
Our Recycling and Waste Depots will accept building waste that is not contaminated with hazardous material.
Building waste contributes about half of all solid waste worldwide. Its environmental impact is substantial and can be a risk to your health and safety if not disposed of responsibly.
We are committed to reducing the amount of waste going into our landfills by re-using, reducing and recycling responsibly.
Property owners are responsible for the safe removal and disposal of building waste from renovations or works on their property.
While Council will not collect building waste, some items from small renovation projects may be accepted. To get more details visit our Bulky Waste Collection Service page.
Renovators need to know the precautions to take when doing renovations or repairs on their home.
Asbestos is a naturally occurring fibrous silicate material that becomes a health risk when the fibres are released into the air and breathed in.
Our Asbestos Safe Disposal Guide gives you details about:
All asbestos disposal bookings for West Nowra & Ulladulla depots must be arranged 24 hours before the disposal time.
Our Asbestos Safe Disposal Guide gives you details about safe removal and disposal of asbestos.
How you can save on your waste depot fees:
Council provides a kerbside collection service for small business and retail operators that produce similar waste to household waste.
Our Fees & Charges Booklet gives you sort and save details.
Other business owners must organise their own waste collection service with a commercial operator.
Last updated on 20 July 2020
Nowra City Administration Centre36 Bridge Rd, Nowra NSW 2541
Ulladulla Branch Office14 Deering St, Ulladulla NSW 2539
Shoalhaven City Council acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land in which we live and work and their continuing cultural connections to land and community. We pay our respects to Elders past, present and emerging for they hold the memories, culture, traditions and hopes of the future.