We provide Adelaide Hills Council residents with a:
- blue-lidded bin (140 litres) for general waste
- yellow-lidded bin (240 litres) for recycling
- lime green-lidded bin (240 litres) for green organics
- ‘at call’ hard waste collection (1 per financial year *fees apply see webpage for details)
General waste is collected weekly and alternate fortnightly pick-ups are scheduled for recycling and green organics within the township areas. Check your collection calendar and map to find your collection days. Your bin collection may change if it falls on a catastrophic fire danger rating day – find out more about bin collection on fire warning days.
East Waste also manages the delivery of new bins for new properties, additional bin requests and bin repairs and replacement for Adelaide Hills Council – please fill in the appropriate forms to organise this service for you. You can also contact us to take away any unwanted or excess bins as well as to report uncollected bins.
Does your bin need repairing?
Click here to fill in the online request form or call East Waste on 8347 5111.
Has your bin gone missing or been vandalised?
Click here to download and submit the form to East Waste.
Do you require a new bin service?
Click here to download and submit the form to Adelaide Hills Council.
Hard rubbish made easy!
East Waste collects hard rubbish for Adelaide Hills Council residents and each household is entitled to one hard waste collection (up to two cubic metres, about the size of a standard trailer load). Book your hard waste collection. As of 1 August 2021, a user contribution fee of $44 applies.
Mattress and ensemble base collections need to be booked separately to other hard rubbish items. There is a recycling fee of $23 per item eg. an ensemble = $23 and mattress = $23 so both items will cost $46 for collection. Book a mattress or ensemble collection
Click here for more information on disposing of hazardous materials safely.
Electronic waste recycling
Click here to locate your nearest drop-off location for electronic items i.e. anything with a battery or cord. Most electronic items are banned from landfill and should be recycled.
Kitchen Caddy for food scraps
Adelaide Hills Council provide residents who currently have a green-lidded food and garden organics/FOGO bin with a kitchen caddy and one roll of 150 compostable liners to collect food scraps and other compostable items. These materials can be placed into the green-lidded food and garden organics/FOGO bin for composting.
Call Council on 8408 04000 to order a basket or liners or collect your free starter kit from Council’s service centres located at Norton Summit, Woodside, Gumeracha and Stirling. A limited number of bags and caddies are available.
Free green organics waste drop off days
To assist with fire prevention in the Adelaide Hills Council district, ratepayers can drop off green organic material for free on the following dates from 9am to 4pm. (Proof of residency is required). Check the Adelaide Hills Council website for dates.
Only clean residential green organics will be accepted- including grass clippings, prunings, leaves and small branches up to 100mm diameter. Load size is limited to a 6×4 trailer.
Drop off locations:
- Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre– 32 Scott Creek Rd, Heathfield
- Woodside Council Depot– 10 Tiers Rd, Woodside
- Gumeracha Council Depot– 5 John Fisher Ave, Gumeracha
Service will be cancelled if a catastrophic fire danger day is declared.
Please click on the links below to download and submit forms to Adelaide Hills Council for the following requests or enquiries:
|Application for a new home bin service|
|Application for Green Organic bin service for commercial property|
Waste management for the Adelaide Hills Council is managed as part of the Adelaide Hills Region Waste Management Authority (AHRWMA). The authority and East Waste are committed to meeting the goals and targets outlined within the State’s overall waste strategy and educating the regional community on responsible waste choices that enhance and maintain their environment.
East Waste takes the general waste collected from the Adelaide Hills Council area to the Brinkley Landfill – the AHRWMA develops and manages this site as an EPA compliant model regional landfill.