9 June 2016 Free Storm Generated Garden Waste Drop-off Offer

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9 June 2016 Free Storm Generated Garden Waste Drop-off Offer

Residents affected by the recent storm can drop off garden waste for FREE for three days from Saturday June 11 until Monday June 13.

Garden waste can be taken to the Coffs Coast Resource Recovery Park at Englands Road, Coffs Harbour, from 8am–4pm each day this coming long weekend (including the Public Holiday on Monday).

Garden waste loads should be no larger than the amount that can fit into a station wagon, utility vehicle or car trailer.

Please note that only uncontaminated storm-generated garden waste will be accepted. Uncontaminated means no timber palings, laminated board, plywood, MDF, plastic or treated wood products.

Loads containing material other than garden waste will not be accepted.

Garden waste from private property that is left on footpaths or road reserves will not be picked up. If this waste is not brought to Englands Road, then Council will give residents the opportunity to remove the material, or Council will do the work at the resident's cost. 

There is NO free drop-off of garden waste to the local transfer stations at Coramba and Woolgoolga. Greenwaste vouchers provided by Council each year can be used or normal gate fees apply at those transfer stations.​