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Council to introduce bulk waste kerbside collection

August 23, 2021Posted in: Roads and Assets

WSC waste

Eligible residents across the Shire will soon be able to take advantage of a Bulk Waste Kerbside Collection Service following a decision of Council. The Interim Administrator adopted a recommendation that will see Council introduce an annual Bulk Waste Kerbside Collection Service covering 19,500 properties across the Shire starting early next year. All existing property...

RRC Christmas hours and holiday bin collections

December 17, 2020Posted in: Roads and Assets

Aerial shot of the RRC in Moss Vale

Wingecarribee Shire Council wishes to advise that the Moss Vale Resource Recovery Centre will remain open over the holiday period only closing for the public holidays. The Resource Recovery Centre’s (RRC) Christmas operating days will be as follows: Thursday 24 December – Open Friday 25 December (Christmas Day) – Closed Saturday 26 December (Boxing Day)...

Garbage bin collections over Christmas period

December 6, 2019Posted in: Other

WSC waste

Wingecarribee Shire Council wishes to advise that the Moss Vale Resource Recovery Centre will remain open over the holiday period only closing for the public holidays. The Resource Recovery Centre’s Christmas operating days will be as follows: Monday 23 December – Open Tuesday 24 December – Open Wednesday 25 December (Christmas Day) – Closed Thursday...

Councillors support Save Our Recycling Campaign

March 18, 2019Posted in: Community

Wingecarribee Shire Councillors have thrown their support behind a state-wide campaign to invest more money into waste management and recycling. Coordinated via Local Government NSW, the Save Our Recycling campaign seeks to instigate a statewide approach to recycling and ensure the waste levy collected from councils by the State Government is fully reinvested back into...

Drawing attention to World Environment Day

May 29, 2018Posted in: Environment, Events

In the lead up to World Environment Day Wingecarribee Shire Council will be unveiling a real-time public art piece designed to question our use of single-use plastics. Council’s Environmental Project Officer Michael Rhydderch responsible for the unique artwork exhibition explained the purpose of the temporary display. “As a society we’re still way too dependent on...