Waste Disposal and Kerbside Collection

Kerbside Waste Collection

Edward River Council offers a kerbside collection service for residents of Deniliquin.

Please ensure that your bin is out on the kerb before collection is due. Domestic waste must be placed in your 240 litre garbage bin. Green waste and other non-domestic waste items are not allowed to be placed in your bin.

Landfills and Waste Disposal Depots

The Deniliquin Landfill Depot is located on Tip Road off the Cobb Highway, approximately 4.9 kilometres from the North Deniliquin roundabout. The depot is open from 8.30am to 3.45pm seven days a week, except for Christmas Day, New Year's Day, ANZAC Day and Good Friday.

The Blighty Waste Disposal Depot is open from 2.00pm to 6.00pm each Thursday and Sunday, excluding public holidays. These operating hours will be reviewed after Daylight Savings Time concludes.

The following landfills and waste disposal depots require a key to gain access:

  • Conargo - McKenzie Street, Conargo;
  • Pretty Pine - Gibbs Road, Pretty Pine;
  • Wanganella - Cobb Highway, Wanganella; and
  • Booroorban - Cobb Highway, Booroorban.

Metal recycling facilities are available at the Blighty Waste Disposal Depot, Deniliquin Landfill Depot and Pretty Pine Landfill Depot.

Community Recycling Centres

The Blighty Waste Disposal Depot and the Deniliquin Landfill Depot are both Community Recycling Centres, which means you can dispose of a range of reusable and recyclable materials free of charge, including:

  • Gas bottles;
  • Fire extinguishers;
  • Paint;
  • Fluoro globes and tubes;
  • Household and car batteries;
  • Glass containers;
  • Cardboard and paper;
  • Motor and other oils; and
  • Smoke detectors.

Only household quantities accepted 20 kilogram or 20 litre maximum container size. Please transport your materials carefully. Dangerous goods and items other than those listed will not be accepted.

Further information about Community Recycling Centres can be obtained from the NSW Environmental Protection Agency website.

drumMuster

drumMUSTER is the national program for the collection and recycling of empty, cleaned, non-returnable crop production and on-farm animal health chemical containers.

Council's drumMuster Collection/Drop off point is located at the Deniliquin Landfill Depot.

Only triple rinsed plastic and steel drums will be accepted and you need to remove the lids so they can be crushed by the contractor. Oil drums cannot be accepted.

Waste Oil Collection

The following Landfill sites can now accept used motor oil:

  • Conargo - McKenzie Street, Conargo NSW 2710
  • Pretty Pine - Gibbs Road, Pretty Pine NSW  2710
  • Blighty - Riverina Highway, Blighty NSW 2713
  • Wanganella - Cobb Highway, Wanganella NSW 2710
  • Booroorban- Cobb Highway, Booroorban NSW 2710

The waste oil collection facilities were installed with the help of funding awarded by the Department of Environment and Heritage via their Product Stewardship for Oil Programme.

Edward River Council has purchased and installed Oil Waste Collection Units at each of our waste depots and our Wanderer Street Depot. This project was undertaken to assist in the safe and convenient collection of waste oil throughout the region.

Collection of waste oil through purpose built units will assist in protecting our environment from leakages and spills which may otherwise occur. If you have any queries regarding this project or the use of these facilities, please do not hesitate to contact us.

Free Waste Disposal Weekends

Throughout the year, Council hosts Free Waste Disposal Weekends, allowing members of the community to dispose of larger household items such as mattresses, refrigerators and other large whitegoods and furniture items, free of charge.

This is for residential properties only and does not extend to commercial waste or construction and demolition waste.

Free Waste Disposal Weekends are scheduled for:

  • Saturday, 28 and Sunday, 29 October 2017;
  • Saturday, 6 and Sunday, 7 January 2018;
  • Saturday, 7 and Sunday, 8 April 2018; and
  • Saturday, 16 and Sunday, 17 June 2018.