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New inorganic rubbish collections

0 Comments 06 October 2015

Inorganic collections: what you need to know

InorganicCollections

This is paid for under your targeted rates.

Auckland Council’s new and improved inorganic collection service started in select areas in September. It will help charities and community recyclers make the most of Aucklanders’ pre-loved possessions.

From September to November 2015, we will introduce the new service on a week-by-week basis to selected parts of North Shore, Rodney and Waitakere. Look out for a flyer in your letterbox any time during this period to let you know that your property is included and when your collection will be.

Waitakere: September – November 2015

Find out all you need to know: Dates, bookings, what you can put out etc

Accepted

  • Large appliances – fridges, freezers, washing machines and ovens
  • Small appliances – kettles, irons and vacuum cleaners
  • Furniture – beds, chairs, kitchen  items and ornaments
  • Sporting items – gym equipment, bicycles and toys
  • Renovation equipment – tools, fixtures and fittings, baths and sinks
  • Outdoors items – lawnmowers, barbecues, garden tools and outdoor furniture
  • Electronics – TVs, computers, phones and DVD players

Not accepted

  • Bags of rubbish
  • Recyclable packaging
  • Garden waste – grass clippings, and tree and hedge trimmings
  • Automotive items – tyres and car parts
  • Building and trade waste – plaster board, rubble, concrete and bricks
  • Liquids – oil, petrol, paint and chemicals
  • Hazardous waste – broken glass, poisons, batteries and medical waste
  • Asbestos – Fibrolite, floor coverings, lagging and ceiling coating
  • Gas cylinders – CNG or LPG containers

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