Kerbside Bin Collection Service

Bayside Council conducts approximately 4 million bin collections annually - servicing over 170,000 residents.

Red-lidded Bin Service

By 2030, Bayside is aiming to divert a minimum of 85% of material found in the red-lidded bin from landfill. This will only be possible with the use of emerging technologies and processing. Bayside is one of few Councils in the state that provides a 240L red-lidded bin to residents for domestic waste services. In 2019, Council anticipates collecting 43,000 tonnes in the red-lidded bin. Please make sure your bin is not overweight, the lid is closed and that you dispose of accepted items only.

red bin

Yellow-lidded Bin Service

A recent study discovered that contamination in yellow-lidded recycling bins was an issue – especially plastic bags.

An recent initiative by Council reduced the levels of contamination by over 9%.

Please place loose recyclable material in this bin and your plastic bags in the red-lidded bin.

yellow lidded bin

Green-lidded Bin Service

This service is only available in some parts of Bayside at the moment. Investigations are underway to potentially extend this service, which is subject to existing contractual obligations, legal restrictions, resources, sustainability and environmental benefits, financial impact and community interest.

In 2017-18, Bayside residents recycled 1,300 tonnes of material in their green waste bins. These bins were rolled out in recent years as part of an NSW EPA infrastructure grant and Bayside Council is continuously monitoring the success of the program. Please make sure that all green waste is placed inside the bin with lid firmly closed and that no material is presented on top, on the side or sticking out of the bin. Please do not contaminate this bin with non-accepted items.

Green lidded bin

Kerbside Bin Rules

The placing of incorrect materials in your collection bins is called contamination. Bins that are deemed to be contaminated by our drivers, will be tagged and may be left un-emptied.

Please ensure correct materials are placed in your waste and recycling bins.

Bins should be placed out PRIOR TO 5 am on your service days.

Bins should be a minimum of 30 cm APART.

Please DO NOT place bins under trees, low power-lines or overhead obstructions.

If bins are obstructed by a parked car they MAY NOT be serviced.

Additional material beside or on top of your bin MAY NOT be collected.

Bin lids MUST BE closed completely – overfilling bins may result in spillages.

Bins that are overweight WILL NOT be serviced. Jamming material into the bin results in blockages and the bin may only be partially emptied.

Bin Rules

Damaged, Missing Bin or Missed Service 

If your bin is damaged, stolen or has not been collected, call Council’s Customer Service Centre on 1300 581 299 or report it on Bayside Waste Services App, as shown below.

missed services

Onsite Large Multi-Unit Dwelling Collection

Some large multi-unit sites can accommodate on-site bin collection services. Council encourages on-site collections in all new development applications.

Mobile Waste Services App

We've created a Waste Services mobile app to provide all this information and more, in real time.

Downlaod the app on Google Play Available on the App Store Microsoft Store

App Poster

Access online calendar here - check online.

At the beginning of each calendar year residents are provided with their Household Cleanup Service dates which notifies them of all clean up dates and how to present clean up material.

Collections Online Calendar
Example of household kerbside bin collection service dates for a particular address.

Waste Bin Application

Should you require additional bin(s), please use this application form and send it to Council.

Need to contact us?

Call 1300 581 299 (weekdays 8:30am-4pm and Saturday 9am-1pm) or email council@bayside.nsw.gov.au