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Sign up for a green waste bin and win!

Sign up for a green waste bin before 17 July for your chance to win one of 100 double passes to the Gold Coast SUNS v West Coast Eagles match on 1 August.

Sign up for a green waste bin and win!
Get your green waste collected for only $1 per week!

You can now easily dispose of your green garden waste by applying for a green waste bin service.

Get your green waste collected for only $1 per week!
Upsize to a larger recycling bin

If you would like to recycle more but the recycling bin you have is too small, you can upsize to a larger 360 litre recycling bin today.

Upsize to a larger recycling bin
Reedy Creek Recycle Market

Another person's trash can be your treasure! The Recycle Market sells quality salvaged goods at great prices. Open 8am to 4pm Wednesday to Sunday.

Reedy Creek Recycle Market

Waste and recycling

Sign up for a green waste bin before 17 July for your chance to win one of 100 double passes to the Gold Coast SUNS v West Coast Eagles match on 1 August. Green waste bins are an easy and affordable way to quickly and easily dispose of green garden waste. They can be used for grass clippings, palm fronds, pruning, weeds, leaves and small branches. Both property owners and tenants can apply for this service from around $1 per week. Sign up for a bin and your chance to win today. For more information view the competition flyer and the terms and conditions.

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, which includes information on opening hours and details of accepted materials.

Find out what you can do to reduce, reuse and recycle, and how to sign up for a green waste bin.

 

Latest News

In ABC Gold Coast's A-Z of the Gold Coast, 'R' stands for Rubbish, but as Breakfast presenter Bern Young found out from our very own Waste Education Officer, Toni Lee, it also stands for Reduce, Reuse and Recycle.

Bern met Toni at Reedy Creek Waste and Recycling Centre, where they explored the changing face of waste management in our city.

Listen to the interview, and read Bern's reflections on the ABC Gold Coast blog.

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