Waste Disposal - 2ST

Flood waste disposal extension

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An extension has been issued to 31 May 2022, allowing residents to continue disposing of their flood damaged waste free of charge.

In support of the clean-up effort, waste directly caused by the severe weather events and floods in the Shoalhaven in early March, can be disposed of free of charge at any Council Recycling and Waste Depot. 

Residents will be required to sign a declaration at the Waste Depot that the waste disposed is a result of the 2022 March East Coast Low severe weather and flooding event.  

The Shoalhaven community has shown such incredible resilience during yet another challenging event. Providing free tipping of flood damaged waste is a crucial step in the recovery phase for the whole community. 

Visit our Recycling and Waste Depots page for a list of Depots and operating hours

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Kiama Council household waste audit

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Kiama Council will be carrying out a household waste audit during the weeks of 16-21 May and 23-28 May 2022.

The aim of the waste audit is to identify the quantity and composition of waste generated at household level.

During the waste audit, Council teams will be emptying the contents of bins, selected at random, on the same day the municipal trucks empty the household kerbside bins in respective areas.

Council advises that queries may be directed to Waste Services on (02) 4237 5148.

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