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More than 30 per cent of household rubbish bin contain recyclable items, so make sure you get the right items into the right bin.
Always put your recyclables in the bin loose (not in plastic bags) and rinse them out in your dirty dishwater to save water.
If you live in the Shire of Buloke, Loddon, Swan Hill, Gannawarra or Wakool please follow this link to find out all you need to know about waste and recycling in these communities www.cmrwmg.com.au
"Don't Be A Ronnie" make sure you know exactly what you can and can't put into your kerbside rubbish and recycling bin.
Plastic milk, juice, soft drink & detergent bottles with codes
Plastic ice cream, margarine and takeaway containers with codes
Newspapers, magazines and shredded paper
Aluminium and steel cans, foil trays
Glass bottles and jars
Cardboard milk and juice cartons
Letters, envelopes, advertising material, telephone books,
work and school papers
More information is available at what can and can't be recycled?
Refers to waste suitable for composting and worm farming.
These materials include lawn clippings, leaves, fruit and vegetables.
The material can be recycled at your premises or delivered to the landfill at Eaglehawk for mulching.
We do not provide a kerbside collection service for domestic green waste.
However residents who are interested in arranging a kerbside green waste collection service can contact Greenaway Bins Pty Ltd or phone 1300 033 606.
While we commend and encourage this service the City of Greater Bendigo has no involvement in the provision of this service. It is a commercial service and the conditions of collection are between Greenaway and the customer.
There are recycling systems for a range of other items at the Eaglehawk Eco Centre and at transfer stations and through specialised recycling collection programs.
Unwanted household chemicals can be disposed of through the free Detox Your Home service.
Unwanted paint can be recycled at the Eaglehawk Eco Centre and at transfer stations.
Old gas cylinders can be recycled at the Eaglehawk Eco Centre or at transfer stations.
You can take all your electrical appliances to the Eaglehawk Eco Centre or transfer stations.
Engine parts, motors and scrap metal can be taken to the Eaglehawk Eco Centre or transfer stations for recycling.
Used motor oil can be recycled for free at the Eaglehawk Eco Centre and at transfer stations.
Globes and tubes can be recycled at the Eaglehawk Eco Centre or transfer stations.
Drop all types of used batteries to the Eaglehawk Eco Centre or transfer stations.
Items in good condition can be dropped off at your local opportunity shop.
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Updated: 1:59 PM, 20 September 2013
195-229 Lyttleton Terrace
Bendigo Victoria 3550
PO Box 733
Bendigo Victoria 3552
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