We provide City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters residents with a:

General waste is collected weekly and alternate fortnightly pick-ups are scheduled for recycling and green organics. Check your collection calendar and map for bin collection days. The City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters also provides its residents with a basket and compostable liners to collect kitchen waste – this can be put into the green-lidded bin with your green organics waste.

See their website for an A-Z Recycling Guide.


Kerbside Collection Map
Missed bin day?

Get in touch with us to arrange collection or report a problem. East Waste also manages bin repair and replacement for the City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters – contact us to organise this service for you.

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 East Waste.

Do you require an additional bin service?

Click here to download and submit the form to East Waste.
Click here to cancel an additional bin service.

Hard rubbish made easy!

We collect hard rubbish for City of Norwood Payneham and St Peters residents and each household is entitled to two free ‘at call’ hard waste collections (up to two cubic metres, about the size of a standard trailer load) each year. Book your hard waste collection.

Electronic waste recycling

Click here to locate your nearest drop-off location for electronic items ie anything with a battery or cord. Most electronic items are banned from landfill and should be recycled.


East Waste and the City of Norwood, Payneham and St Peters are working together to reach the goals and targets outlined within the State’s overall waste strategy as well as the City’s specific goals in CityPlan 2030: Shaping Our Future.  Key commitments in the plan include:

  • promoting sustainable and efficient management of water, waste, energy and other resources
  • creating efficiencies – achieving more with less, using fewer resources and generating less waste
  • using less resources and produce minimal waste, which involves a target of 35% less community waste to landfill by 2020
  • identifying and implementing new waste reduction approaches for Council operations and the community
  • substantially reducing our City’s ecological footprint.

Find out more about East Waste’s commitment to the environment and our waste management and recycling processes.