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Waste Facilities Close to Most: Book a Bulk Kerbside Collection Instead - Coronavirus Response

Source: Central Coast Council
Archived 30 May 2020 - Posted: 31 Mar 2020
To reduce the risk of COVID-19 in the community, limit the need for residents to travel, minimise contact and ensure services are still being provided, Central Coast Council has changed some operations at its waste management facilities.

Kincumber waste management facility will be closed until further notice.

From Monday 30 March 2020, Woy Woy and Buttonderry waste management facilities will be closed to the public but remain open for waste collected only by essential waste vehicles, which include:

  • Council's household waste collection contractor
  • commercial waste collection contractors
  • small business.

For these essential waste vehicles, Woy Woy and Buttonderry waste facilities will be open:

  • Monday to Friday - 7:00am - 4:00pm
  • Saturday, Sunday & Public Holidays - 8:00am - 4:00pm

The standard types of waste and gate fees apply.

What other option are available to the public?

Council's existing household waste collection service, 3 bin and bulk kerbside service, will continue as usual.  Normal bulk kerbside booking and limits on material apply. More info.

Residents can also store non-decaying waste material onsite until the current restrictions end, or they can use a commercial waste collection or skip bin service to dispose of additional waste.

For the latest information on changes to Council services

Customer service enquiries can be made via phone on 1300 463 954 and via Council's website.

The Australia Government Department of Health and NSW Health provide daily updates on their websites. You can also learn more about protective measures against coronavirus from the World Health Organization and read the 'Frequently asked questions' and 'Isolation guidance' information sheets.
Australia's Department of Foreign Affairs & Trade is also updating the Smartraveller website every day.

Image by Clker-Free-Vector-Images from Pixabay

This article archived 30 May 2020

 
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