Recycling

Burwood Council encourages residents to recycle right and provides kerbside mixed recycling (paper, plastics, glass and metal). We offer free recycling signs for shared bin rooms in apartment blocks and can provide recycling flyers in a range of languages to help residents recycle right. Please phone Burwood Council's Environment and Health Team on 9911 9911 to request signage or flyers for your apartment block. 

Burwood Council also provides mobile phone and battery drop-off boxes and e-waste drop-off days.

We also encourage residents to use the Fridge Buy Back program and the regular e-waste drop-off days at the Council Depot.

Click to view the 2017 Recycling/Garden Vegetation Calendar

See the links below to find out more about recycling.

 

What can I recycle?

As part of the residential waste service, Burwood Council provides residents with a 240L yellow-lidded recycle bin, collected fortnightly for common recyclable items.

Second Hand Saturday

Second Hand Saturday   Area 1 - Saturday 4 February ADDRESSITEMS FOR SALEBurwood 57A Albert CrescentVarious & vintage items3 Arthursleigh Street Baby pram, baby bath tub, toys, baby clothing, feeding booster seat15 Esher StreetTools, toys, books, electrical, kitchen utensils, sporting gear & heaps more24 Waimea Street Clothing, toaster, kettle, shoes/handbags (new and used), tools & much moreCroydon 4 Wright Street Books, Camping gear, crockery3 Queen StreetBooks (children, young adults & adults), clothing & miscellaneous33 Royce Avenue Household items, books & much more4 Rostherne Avenue Bric-a-brac, plants, buttons, fabric, cooking books8 Monash Parade Books, cutlery, toys, nerf guns, electric train, rip stick & more7 Richmond StreetClothes, books, shoes, bags, toys, dog kennel, some furniture51 Lang StreetBaby & toddler goods including pram/toys, furniture & much more27 The Strand Dozens of CDs and books28 Orchard Street Children’s clothes/toys, board games, ladies shoes & more  Second Hand Saturdays are giant community garage sales that are supported by Council.

National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme

Electronic waste (e-waste) is growing three times faster than any other type of waste in Australia.

Recycle Your Old Mobile Phone

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Fridge Buy Back Scheme

Fridge Buyback Program   Getting rid of your spare old fridge or upright freezer is one of the easiest steps you can take to cut your power bills.

Waste Education and Fact Sheets

Burwood Council strives to increase community awareness of waste minimisation practices.