Bins and Collection

As a resident of the Renmark Paringa Council, you can access a wide range of services for reusing, recycling or disposing of unwanted household items and materials.

Here you will find details on:

  • Bin collection days
  • The three bin system (yellow, green and red)
  • How to replace a missing bin
  • Missed collections and damaged bins.

When is my bin collection day?

You can download a copy of our Waste Collection Calendar to determine your collection day, Waste Collection Calendar 2018

Copies are distributed to residents each year with the first quarter rates.

Bin pickups over Christmas and New Year will be as per normal collection day.

Three Bin System

The three bin system, allows for residents to use a weekly general waste collection (red)and fortnightly recycling (yellow)and green waste collections (green)(alternating weeks for recycling and green waste).

What can I put in each bin?

Kerbside Recycling Guide or download the Recycle Smart App today

Yellow lid

Items that can go in the recycling yellow lid bin include;

Paper and cardboard products, tins, cans, glass bottles and jars and hard plastics.

Green lid

Anything that grows can go in the green bin including organic matter such as grass clippings, flowers and plants.

Red lid
There are very few items that now need to go in the general waste (rubbish) red lid bin; disposable nappies, sanitary items, soft plastics (such as plastic bags, film and wrappers), polystyrene, broken crockery and broken glass.

 

Remember to bring in your bin within 24 hours of it being emptied.

How do I replace a missing bin?

Download the Replacement Bin form to apply for a new bin. Once the form has been received, approved and paid for, bins will be replaced on the following Thursday.

 

Missed bin collection and damaged bins

If your bin was not emptied please contact the Riverland Resource Recovery Facility, Ph 8582 2601

If your bin is damaged and in need of repair or replacement please contact the Council Office, Ph 8580 3000.

 

 

 

 

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