Belconnen green bin registrations start Wednesday 1 August 2018. Visit www.actgreenwaste.jjrichards.com.au to register.
30 July 2018
The MyWaste app will soon no longer be used by the ACT Government. Up to date information on recycling, waste collection and green bins is available on the Fix My Street site.
07 May 2018
The ACT Waste Feasibility Study has presented its Roadmap for improved waste management practices in the ACT for public consultation.
23 March 2018
Australian governments are working together to develop a strategic approach to prioritise national product stewardship action. We want to hear from you.
20 September 2017
CHOOSE TO REUSE by hosting or visiting a garage sale this October 21st and 22nd! Reusing stuff is even more important than recycling, join the Garage Sale Trail FOR FREE and help your community reduce waste and raise funds for charity.
03 August 2017
Exchange for Change and TOMRA-Cleanaway have been appointed to head NSW’s “Return and Earn” 10-cent Container Deposit Scheme due to roll out in December, Environment Minister Gabrielle Upton announced today.
27 July 2017
On Saturday 19 August come along and experience the recycling plant in action; ask questions; and join the celebrations with food and drinks available - BOOKED OUT.
10 July 2017
The ACT will establish a container deposit scheme (CDS) in early 2018. Consumers will be able to return eligible beverage containers to designated drop-off points and receive a 10 cent refund for each container.
10 July 2017
The Waste Management and Resource Recovery Act 2016 (the Waste Act) was passed on August 4th, 2016 and will commence on July 1st, 2017. The Waste Act repeals and replaces the Waste Minimisation Act 2001.
27 June 2017
We would like to introduce you to Regina, our new Green Waste Education Officer.
21 June 2017
Waste and recycling collection services scheduled for Thursday 22 June 2017, will be affected between the hours of 8.30 am and 12.30 pm to allow drivers the opportunity to attend the funeral of a colleague.
12 May 2017
Many coffee cups have a layer of plastic inside the cardboard. This makes it difficult to tell which coffee cups can be recycled and most people end up confused.