Waste and Recycling
Mosman Council continually strives to improve the waste and recycling services offered to its residents. Council offers a number of options designed to improve the service while minimising waste disposal and maximising resource recovery.
Council provides calendars to all residents detailing collection dates for each of its waste services.
Green the Block is a new initiative developed by Mosman Council to help residents living in apartments and unit blocks achieve their sustainability goals.
We have created new signage and educational material to make sure residents know exactly what is recyclable, and what should be placed in the landfill bin.
Mosman Council provides a weekly kerbside recycling collection service. Recycle your paper, cans, cartons and bottles.
Mosman Council offers residents a choice of bins for waste collection. The less waste you produce, the smaller the bin you will need and the lower the waste charge will be.
Garden organic material like leaves, twigs and weeds, grass cuttings, prunings and general garden vegetation is collected once every four weeks.
Council collects Clean Up material – such as furniture, carpet, stoves and bicycle frames – twice a year. Additional collections can be booked.
Safe and environmentally friendly ways of disposing of unwanted electronic goods like computers, televisions and video recorders.
Dumping of waste onto land or into water is illegal.Council incurs a cost to remove dumped waste and residents are requested to call Council to arrange a pre-paid collection service. You can report dumped waste to Council’s Waste Line on 9978 4076.
Mosman Council has quality compost bins and great little worm farms for sale at subsidised prices. And, we deliver!
Mosman Council offers a number of waste education activities to schools and the local community. Read about our current projects.
Find out what goes in what bin plus what to do with unwanted household items like fridges, mobile phones, batteries, printer cartridges, medicines and more.
Recycling is good, but waste avoidance and reuse is even better! Try these smart tips to reduce the amount of waste you produce.