Waste and Recycling

Liverpool City Council is committed to supporting local residents with waste disposal and increased recycling to reduce landfill and improve the local environment.Council supports waste disposal and recycling in Liverpool City a number of ways. Please click on the following links for more information.

A to Z of Waste and Recycling

Do you know where to draw the line when it comes to deciding whether to dispose of  
or recycle common household waste items?

Click here to discover how to manage everything from aerosol cans to x-rays
(Do any household items start with Z?!)

The Western Sydney Recycling Directory for
Construction and Demolition Waste

Did you know that most of the waste generated from construction and demolition projects
(such as the construction of brand new homes) can actually be recycled rather than being disposed of straight to landfill?
The submission of a Waste Management Plan outlining how construction and demolition waste will be managed
is a requirement of all development applications lodged with Liverpool City Council.

Click here to download The Western Sydney Recycling Directory for Construction and Demolition Waste

Return and Earn
Container Deposit Scheme

Return an eligible drink container to an approved NSW collection Point and receive a 10 cent refund.

Click here for more information


Community Recycling Centre

Liverpool City Council's Community Recycling Centre is THE place to drop off your unwanted paints, oils, batteries,
x-rays, excess cardboard and so much more, for FREE! 

Click here for more information

3 Bin Information

Find out everything you need to know about your waste service including your garbage and recycling service days, how to apply for a larger/additional bin and special event bins.


Click here to download the Application Form for Additional Bin or Bin Upgrade 2017-2018


Household Clean-Up
Collection Service

Council provides two free Household Clean Up Services to each residential property each calendar year for 3 separate categories: general bulky waste, metal waste and mattresses.

Call 1300 36 2170 to make a booking. Please book AT LEAST 4 weeks in advance to get the date you require.


Recycling Calendars

Bin collection Day Online

Click here for more information and to download your recycling calendar*

*Applies to houses, villas and townhouses only. Residents of units and apartment buildings are advised to contact Council to confirm their bin collection days


Household Chemical CleanOut

Drop off all types of household chemicals including herbicides, pesticides and acids at these events.

Click here to learn about Chemical CleanOut

Next collection scheduled for:

Sunday 18th February 2018

Compost Bin and Worm Farm Rebate Program

Find out how you can be eligible to receive a $50.00 rebate from Council by purchasing a compost bin or worm farm.




Liverpool City Council's Community Recycling Centre is now an authorised Paintback collection point for trade painters and residents.

Click here for more information about
the Paintback Scheme

FluoroCycle has arrived
in Liverpool!

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You can now recycle your fluorescent and mercury light globes and tubes!


Don't throw out your cartridges... recycle them!

Liverpool's Community Recycling Centre, located at 99 Rose Street Liverpool, now accepts cartridges.

Cartridges 4 Planet Ark

Be Sharp Safe

Find out where to safely dispose of syringe needles and other medical waste.



Clean up Australia Day

Volunteer and help keep Liverpool clean!

Next Clean Up Australia Day:
Sunday, 4 March 2018

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Recycle all your mobile phones handsets, batteries, chargers and accessories. Drop them off at Liverpool's Community Recycling Centre. Make sure you've deleted all personal information first!

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Love Food Hate Waste

NSW households throw away a lot of edible food. Almost half of your household garbage bin is filled with wasted food every week. Find out how you can reduce your food waste

Love Food Hate Waste

Let's work together for the future

Liverpool City Council, as part of the The Western Sydney Regional Organisation of Councils (WSROC), is proud to present the Western Sydney Regional Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Strategy 2014-2017. This document outlines how 10 Western Sydney Councils propose to reduce waste and increase resource recovery over three years.

Click on the links below for more information.

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Last updated on 02 Jan 2018