Hard waste run halfway done, but items still on streets

Eurobodalla Council’s contractors are still on the move picking up kerbside junk in the annual hardwaste collection, with the southern half of the shire now complete.

Now all hard waste has been picked up from Akolele to Moruya, Council is calling on those residents to remove non-compliant items still sitting, scattered along kerbs.

TVs, tyres, building materials and green waste are not picked up during the hard waste collection and need to be taken to one of Council’s waste facilities at Brou, Moruya or Surf Beach.

Electronic waste can be taken to any of the shire’s three waste facilities free of charge. Tyres can be taken to Brou and Surf Beach tips only. Green waste that doesn’t fit in your green-lid can be taken to any waste facility.

For information about waste disposal and recycling, and the Council’s tip opening hours and fees, visit www.esc.nsw.gov.au/waste or call the waste team on 4474 1024.

The hard waste collection continues north this week, with Malua Bay and Surf Beach from Monday 22 August, ending at Long Beach in the week 19 September.

Above: Tyres, televisions and building materials are not picked up during hard waste collection time and need to be taken to the tip.


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