Restrictions have eased for those who are fully vaccinated. The stay-at-home orders are still in place for those with a single vaccination. They will ease further after the state hits an average 80% double vaccinated. This is expected to be 18 October. On 1 December most restrictions will be lifted for everyone, regardless of their vaccination status.
More information is at https://www.nsw.gov.au/covid-19/easing-covid-19-restrictions
You can see which of our services have been impacted by COVID-19.
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To ensure that your bin is emptied place it out the night before your scheduled collection. You also need to position your bins correctly to ensure easy access for the collection vehicle.
The below diagrams show bin placement for detached houses, townhouses and rural properties. If you live in a unit and share bins, these bins will be collected and emptied by the contractor from the bin storage area.
Check your calendar, sticker or inside of the bin to find out what goes in each bin. Contaminated bins will not be emptied and will be reported to Council.
Waste collection trucks are fitted with GPS and cameras and if issues occur with a collection this will be reported to Council.
There has been a lot of talk recently about what can and can't go into your yellow recycling bin. The important thing to remember is to continue recycling and to have no contamination in your yellow bin.
Follow the six Recycle Right messages below for using your yellow lid recycling bin:
We have received a few queries lately about what can and can't go in your green bins. See the images below for clarification, the first image is for Braidwood, Bungendore and Captains Flat and the second image is for all other areas in our LGA.
As our recycling goes to the ACT you can visit the ACT A-Z of recycling which gives advice on how to dispose of other items. You can also check if you are unsure whether you can place an item into the yellow recycling bin.
Visit the A-Z of recycling here.