From 1 July 2020 households can book a bulky / hard waste collection service for larger household items to be removed and managed responsibly by Council.
Bookings are essential
To book contact Council on 8721 2555 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request a bulky / hard waste collection and provide your contact information. You will then be contacted directly by Council to advise of the collection date.
For options to recycle or dispose of items not accepted through hard waste collection, please refer to the below links for available services:
Waste Transfer Station
What to Recycle Where Guide
Council will be trialling this from 1 July 2020 until the end of the year.
Bookings open 1 July 2020.
If you reside at a residential property within the City of Mount Gambier you are eligible for one pick up of two cubic metres of hard/bulky waste.
Yes, each individual residential property is eligible for one pick up each.
No, this service is only available to residential properties during the trial period.
Please refer to the Bulky Waste Collection flyer for a list of accepted and unaccepted items.
You can only have one collection during this trial period.
This service forms part of Council’s ‘Our City, Our Response’ strategy to assist our community during COVID-19.
Since the establishment of the ReUse Market residents have had the option to dispose of good quality items for free at the Waste Transfer Station, however there are many people who for various reasons are unable to transport these goods. Many residents have been doing ‘clean outs’ at their homes and this will help to dispose of those unwanted bulky items.
Council staff will sort the items that are collected and those in good condition will go to the ReUse Market for re-sale. Items that are not in good condition will be disassembled/separated to maximise recycling, and minimise waste to landfill.
This service is proposed to cost up to $200,000 over the trial period, with resources allocated via the ‘Our City, Our Response’ COVID-19 strategy to assist our community during this time.
Offering this service will allow Council to reduce waste going to our landfill as items in good condition can go the ReUse Market and all other items will be sorted appropriately and recycled where possible, which will in turn save money.
No, this is a by-appointment service only and any items left on the kerb without an appointment will not be collected.