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.
* Applies to houses, villas and townhouses only. Residents of units and apartment buildings are advised to contact Council to confirm their bin collection day
Community Recycling Centre
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.
Liverpool City Council's Community Recycling Centre is now an authorised Paintback collection point for trade painters and residents.
Household Chemical CleanOut
Drop off all types of household chemicals including herbicides, pesticides and acids at these events.
Next collection scheduled for:
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.
Don't throw out your cartridges... recycle them!
Liverpool's Community Recycling Centre, located at 99 Rose Street Liverpool, now accepts cartridges.
FluoroCycle has arrived
Public Place Recycling
Don't forget to recycle when you visit your local park!
Find out which parks have recycle bins.
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!
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!
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
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.
Last updated on 16 Mar 2017