Household waste collection & wheelie bins

Numerous areas around the Toowoomba region receive kerbside collections. There is even a service available for those that struggle to push the bin to the curb. Find information on the waste disposal solution for your area and what to put in your bins below.

To find out your bin collection day, use our Find your bin day tool. 

We offer a waste removal option for community events held in a public park, within the defined collection area. Event organisers do not have to choose our waste collection service for their event; instead organisers may prefer to hire a different service provider. Areas that do not currently receive a domestic kerbside collection service are outside of our defined collection area and therefore a waste service for your event would not be possible. Please co ...
There are no public holidays for our kerbside waste collection service! Collection is completed Monday to Friday including all public holidays such as: New Years Day Australia Day Show Holidays Good Friday Easter Monday ANZAC Day Labour Day Queens birthday Christmas Day Boxing Day Please ensure that your bins are on the kerbside for collection by 6am on the collection day (by 5am in the Toowoomba CBD area). Collections on Christmas day will commence earlier than normal ( ...
In response to the ABC Four Corners report on Monday 7 August, we would like to reassure our residents that the waste from your kerbside waste collection service is handled appropriately and correctly in accordance with state legislation. Our waste collection contractor empties your wheelie bin or (in the case of a small number of domestic premises, the bulk bins) and removes the waste to the following locations where it is ...
We are conducting an assessment of the kerbside waste collection system usage for households and businesses. Our contractor will be collecting and auditing bin contents over the next three months starting on Monday 10 December. The assessment is designed to assist us to understand the effectiveness of the services for the community; and will allow us to further improve education for residents and consider future systems for resource recovery.   How the audit works A ...
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