Recycling and Waste

Recycling and Waste

The ACT Government provides a full range of services to manage the territory's waste. Here, residents can find information about using their household bins, household bin collection services, recycling and waste facilities, and programs that help manage unusual waste materials.

Recycling and Waste Services

The ACT Government provides a full range of services to manage the territory’s waste...

A-Z Waste and Recycling Guide

Alphabetical guide to waste and recycling in the ACT.

School and Community Programs

To help our whole community be better recyclers, the ACT Government offers school and community programs...

Resources

Reports and forms to help you understand the ACT’s waste management strategies and to keep your accounts up to date...

Waste-Feasibility-Study

ACT Waste Feasibility Study

The ACT Waste Feasibility is investigating how to manage and minimise waste in the region now and into the future.

Green bin pilot program

The ACT Government plans to rollout green bins across the ACT, with residents in Weston Creek and Kambah the first.

Lannon Harley using a smart bin

Smart bin

Innovative solar-powered self-compacting rubbish bins are being trialled in the public spaces of 3 new developments at Link Park in Wright, 'Campbell 5' in Campbell and Eastlake Parade on Kingston Foreshore.

Bins

Disruptions to household bins

Household waste and recycling bins will not be collected due to industrial action by the drivers of collection trucks.

 

 

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