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Waste and recycling

With the support of a dedicated community, we’re working together towards an historic goal of halving the amount of waste we bury in landfill and we’re well on the way to reaching the target.

Albury Recycling Centre

The Albury Recycling Centre at the Albury Waste Management Centre is a drive-through, one-stop-shop that’s leading the way in state of the art waste reduction.

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Albury Waste Management Centre

The Albury Waste Management Centre is one of Australia’s most advanced waste disposal facilities.

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Albury Waste Management Centre Tour Booking Request

We encourage community groups, schools and other visitors to help reduce waste and promote active recycling with guided tours, workshops and programs.

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When Asbestos is disturbed, it produces a dust that contains asbestos fibres. Fibres breathed into the lungs can cause a range of health problems.

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Collection days and bins

Find out about our weekly waste collection – including when to put out your bins for collection, and how to order new bins and get damaged bins repaired or replaced.

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Energy from waste

We provide valuable energy through methane gas reuse and a solar farm, that generates enough electricity to power thousands of local homes.

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Green waste

When pruning, planting or landscaping, ensure you dispose of your garden waste correctly.

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Hazardous waste

Hazardous wastes are wastes or products that have the potential to harm humans or the environment, either now or in the future.

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Illegal dumping

We’re working with our community to keep our city clean by detecting and preventing the illegal dumping of rubbish on public or private land.

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Liquid trade waste

Trade waste is treated differently to domestic wastewater, as it often contains oils, grease or chemicals that can have adverse impacts on the sewerage system or the environment.

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Sustainable businesses

Energy costs can make up a significant part of total business operating costs, so any reduction in energy consumption will have a positive effect on the bottom line.

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