Waste and recycling
City of Gold Coast collects waste and recyclables from nearly 200,000 households and businesses across the city. We also run 12 waste and recycling centres where you can drop off waste and recyclables 363 days a year.
Find a waste and recycling centre near you using our interactive map, including operating hours and details of acceptable materials.
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- Residential bin collection
- Free school recycling service
- Wipe Out Waste schools program
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- Environment education
Cr Tate unveils the new bins
The latest recycling bins were unveiled by Mayor Tom Tate today in Broadbeach, giving locals and visitors the choice of 14 locations to recycle from Surf Parade along Victoria Avenue (Broadbeach Mall) to Kurrawa Surf Club.
Cr Tate welcomed the extension of the Public Place Recycling program, already in operation in other key locations including Broadwater Parklands and Gold Coast Regional Botanic Gardens.
Watch our video of Mayor Tom Tate unveilling the new bins.