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Teal Street, Temora, NSW, 2666
Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday: 8am - 12:30pm and 1:30pm - 5pm
Saturday and Sunday: 1pm - 5pm
Closed - Monday & Thursday
A full list of tipping fees can be found in Council's Schedule of Fees and Charges(PDF, 1MB)
Waste Management Staff can be contacted on 0407 931 231 or email email@example.com
Council provides and charges for 52 collections per annum for each residence in Temora, using the mobile bin service.
Only waste stored in these bins will be removed.
Under the Local Government Act 1993, Council is required to charge a Domestic Waste Management charge, with the full list of fees available in Council's Schedule of Fees and Charges.(PDF, 1MB)
Applications to connect/disconnect services, or complaints regarding missed services should be made to Temora Shire Council on (02) 6980 1100.
It is requested that residents put their rubbish out for collection the NIGHT BEFORE COLLECTION as the run is done very early and our waste removal team are unable to back track for missed bins.
The garbage collection schedule is as follows:
Monday morning: Airport Estate
Wednesday Morning: Residential waste on the Eastern side of the railway line
Thursday morning: Residential waste on the Western side of the railway line
Thursday afternoon: Ariah Park
Friday morning: Springdale
Temora Lions Club Inc. operates a recycling depot in Melaleuca Street, Temora for paper, cardboard, glass and aluminium cans.
Residents can make use of this facility by delivering their recyclables to the depot seven (7) days a week.
Users are asked to help by putting their recyclables in the correct bins provided.
All clear, green and amber glass bottles and all glass jars can be recycled. Residents are asked to removed lids or caps and rinse bottles before recycling.
Broken window or windscreen glass, heat treated glass (Pyrex, corningware etc), light globes, mirrors, white opaque bottles, china and ceramics can not be recycled at the depot.
Paper bins are provided to residents free of charge and the Lions Club conducts a paper collection run on the last Sunday of each month.
Generally, residents can assist the Lions Club by:
Cardboard may be collected but only if:
To order a paper bin, contact Council on 6980 1100.
Please help the Lions Club help us.