Landowners Liable for Illegal Dumping


Landowners warned to fence vacant land to stop illegal dumping. OWNERS of vacant land in new subdivisions should fence their blocks to stop asbestos ...Nothing found

At Last – Organic Waste to Compost


City of Newcastle awards contract for high-tech organics recycling facility. Newcastle Council has awarded a contract for an advanced ...Nothing found

Awaba Waste Reopens


Lake Macquarie City Council has re-opened the Awaba Waste Management Facility to the public. The NSW Government has advised people may leave ...Nothing found

Gloucester First Stop for Bulk Waste Collection


MidCoast Council’s annual bulk Waste collection starts in Gloucester on 23 March and continuing through to August across the region. Council’s guidelines ...Nothing found

MidCoast Recycling Trailer Returns


MidCoast Council’s Mobile Recycling Trailer will visit towns from 27 February 2020. In 2019, the trailer collected almost 10 tonnes of hazardous ...Nothing found

Cessnock Council Using Glass ‘Sand’


Cessnock City Council has begun using recycled glass ‘sand’ for civil works. Council recently used around 90 tonnes of recycled glass sand for the ...Nothing found

Free eWaste drop off


Lake Macquarie City Council and Hunter Resource Recovery’s next eWaste drop off event on Saturday 4 August 2012 at Solo Resource Recovery, 25-27 Oakdale Road, ...Nothing found

Bigger better bin bonus


Newcastle households can adjust waste service needs by the flexible 3 bin system now in operation. Residents can upgrade the size of general ...Nothing found


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