Find out which day your bins are emptied and which week your recycling and green waste bins need to be put out for collection.
Have rubbish that can’t go in your bins? Find out what can be collected and how to book your collection of hard rubbish, e-waste and bundled branches.
Make sure you put the right rubbish in the right bin. Check what can be recycled, and what goes in your household bin. Download our Waste Services Guide and keep it handy.
This guide offers a range of recycling options, including what can be recycled through Council’s waste and recycling services and options available through other organisations and recycling centres.
Food waste recycling comes into effect from 1 May 2018. All Glen Eira households that have a green bin will be able to put food scraps in with their garden waste.
Recycling services for Glen Eira residents remain unchanged and residents are urged to continue recycling as usual.
Report a missed collection, replace a damaged bin, or get your bin repaired.
Find drop-off sites for dangerous items that cannot be placed in your regular bins.
Some items can only be disposed of at your local tip, transfer station, or special drop-off location. Find out what goes where.
Discover how we calculate waste charges. You can also order extra bins or change the size of your household bin.
Our Waste Service Guide is available in Chinese, Greek, Hindi, Italian and Russian.
Learn how to turn your food waste and garden clippings into a rich fertiliser for your plants.
Asbestos is a dangerous material. Make sure you take appropriate safety precautions and ask for help when removing it from your home.
Find out when your street will be swept in order to keep it clear and abide by necessary guidelines.
Most cases of dumped rubbish in Glen Eira are household goods on nature strips, in laneways, next to donation bins or outside charity stores.
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