Residential Rubbish Overview
Find out about Dubbo Regional Council's domestic waste management, bulky rubbish collection, tipping vouchers, waste facilities and more.
DOMESTIC WASTE MANAGEMENT
Dubbo Regional Council operates a three-bin kerbside waste collection service to residential properties in selected urban areas, and a two-bin kerbside waste collection service to residential properties located in selected urban fringe and outer areas. Find out more about collection types, view the collection calendar, inspect the interactive map for your property's collection details, and view frequently asked questions at Council's dedicated webpage Domestic Waste Management.
COUNCIL WASTE FACILITIES
Dubbo Regional Council manages a range of waste facilities across the Local Government Area. Find out more about the Whylandra Waste and Recycling Centre, Wellington Waste Transfer Station, and Village and Rural Waste Facilities at Council's dedicated webpage Council Waste Facilities.
Dubbo Regional Council issues one tipping voucher per residence per financial year, allowing residents to visit a Council Waste Facility for free on one occasion (terms and conditions apply). Find out more about the program, including frequently asked questions and answers, at Council's dedicated webpage Tipping Vouchers.
BULKY WASTE COLLECTION
Once a year, Dubbo Regional Council organises a bulky rubbish collection, whereby residents can have up to a trailer load of eligible rubbish collected from the kerbside of their property free of charge. Find out more about the program, including the dates of collection and different zone, and read more about frequently asked questions at Council's dedicated webpage Bulky Rubbish Collection.
For information on NSW EPA's annual 'Household Chemical Clean-Out' event, or locations in the Dubbo Region that you can take your hazardous waste to, head to Council's dedicated webpage Hazardous Waste.
WASTE WISE AT HOME
Dubbo Regional Council aims to provide and support a range of waste education opportunities for the whole community, find out how to be waste wise at home. Find out more at Council's dedicated webpage Waste Wise at Home.
Educational material, programs and services are available to encourage and support sustainable change. View Council's dedicated webpage for more information; Waste Education for Business and Community.
Last Edited: 18 Jul 2022