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All of Shoalhaven City Council’s 10 Recycling and Waste Depots (Tips) provide recycling services for a wide range of items that don’t go into your kerbside bins. Many of these services are free! Most of the ‘waste’ that we produce contains valuable resources that can be recycled.
Household recyclables that can go into the yellow-lid bin are also accepted for free at our Recycling and Waste Depots.
Recycling reduces pressure on our natural resources and helps protect our diverse and beautiful environment by reducing the amount of waste going into landfill.
Please note that cash payments are not accepted at our Depots.
Complaints about Recycling and Waste Depot operations can be reported by contacting Council.
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1110 Bendalong Road, Bendalong 2539
175 Agars Lane, Berry 2535
270 Coonemia Road, Wollumboola 2540
488 Lake Conjola Entrance Road, Lake Conjola 2539
235 Huskisson Road, Huskisson 2540
205 Bendeela Road, Kangaroo Valley 2577
374 Murramarang Road, Bawley Point 2539
40 The Springs Road, Sussex Inlet 2540
94 Pirralea Road, Ulladulla 2539
120 Flatrock Road, Mundamia 2540
Separated recyclables are accepted at Council’s Recycling and Waste Depots free of charge, including:
Household problem waste can be deposited at our Community Recycling Centres.
The above items do NOT go in yellow-lid bins, see the Yellow Bin Recycling Guide. Household recyclables that can go into the yellow-lid bin can also accepted for free at our Recycling and Waste Depots.
CRCs are free drop off centres for household problem waste and are located at all our Depots and are open during Depot hours.
Household problem waste includes items that should not be placed in either your red-lid or yellow-lid kerbside bin as they contain materials harmful to the environment. Some items placed in kerbside bins can potentially create a dangerous situation for waste facility and transport staff.
Household problem waste items accepted at all our CRCs include:
Please note that only domestic quantities are accepted.
For more information see our Community Recycling Centre Guide.
The EPA Community Recycling program is supported by the NSW State Government.
Garden waste (or green waste) that is disposed of at our Depots is pasteurised into a ‘mulch like’ product that is available to Shoalhaven residents for free.
It is available at all depots however supply is dependent on what we receive.
check current availability of shredded garden waste
For more information see our Shredded Garden Waste Guide.
Poisons, flammable liquids and other hazardous items including:
Hazardous items can be dropped off for free during a Household Chemical CleanOut Event.
Household problem waste is accepted at Community Recycling Centres.
Other items not accepted at our depots:
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All Buy-Back Centres will reopen to their normal hours commencing Thursday 21 October 2021 and will operate in accordance with NSW Public Health Orders.
Your trash could be someone else’s treasure.
Buy-Back Centres are a great way to rehome unwanted household items and give them a second life.
Items that the gate operator credits as re-sale worthy will be accepted for free!
Items we may accept include:
Due to safety reasons we cannot accept lighting, power tools or other electronic items.
Check the opening hours of Buy-Back Centres at our Recycling and Waste Depots.
Please note that no cash payments are accepted at any of our Recycling and Waste Depots. We accept EFTPOS, credit cards (Mastercard and Visa only) cheques, valid household waste and garden waste disposal vouchers.
Your complete guide to our Fees & Charges.
Account cards are available for commercial businesses. Contact Recycling and Waste Services for more information.
Due to COVID-19, all Tip Tours have been postponed. Tip Tours will be re-instated when the COVID-19 restrictions are relaxed and we are advised they are once again safe to run. Stay informed on local developments and Council’s evolving response to the coronavirus pandemic via our COVID-19 page.
For a behind-the-scenes tour of how your Council manages Shoalhaven’s recycling and waste every day take a Tip Tour and see a well-engineered landfill at work.
We encourage Shoalhaven households to re-use, reduce and recycle responsibly to reduce the amount of waste going into our landfills and help preserve our beautiful environment.
Last updated on 22 October 2021