The Queensland Government has updated restrictions for the City of Gold Coast. From 4pm 31 July the Gold Coast is in a 3-day lockdown. Visit QLD Health for updates.
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City of Gold Coast is committed to diverting reusable materials from our landfills and offers a number of services to achieve this aim.
Recycling has many benefits for our environment, society and economy. It conserves natural resources. It saves energy. It reduces the amount of landfill required. These services will help you recycle more and we thank you for your efforts.
We have developed a recycling business directory to find local waste recycling facilities as well as local businesses that can collect your unwanted items for recycling.
City of Gold Coast offers free recycling facilities for certain electronic and electrical waste (e-waste) at designated waste and recycling centres.
City of Gold Coast can help you recycle some of your hazardous household waste, including bleach, paint, oven cleaners, mineral turpentine, fuel, herbicides and pool chlorine.
The Recycle Market at the Reedy Creek Waste and Recycling Centre sells a huge range of quality, second-hand household items at bargain prices.
The Tip Shop at Southport sells a huge range of quality, second-hand household items recovered from the Molendinar Waste and Recycling Centre.
If you are a local charity with a shop that resells used items, find out how we can support you with our charity bins.
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