Please be advised that Tasman Council will be holding a Hard Waste Collection for ratepayers and residents between 10th and 13th September 2018. BOOKINGS REQUIRED!!! To register your property for the hard waste collection, please contact Tasman Council on 6250 9200.
Maximum amount of hard waste per property is 1m x 1m x 1m. Excess or unacceptable materials will not be collected and residents will be required to remove it from the kerbside.
Items that WILL NOT be collected;
Green waste, batteries, oil and oil containers, asbestos, paint tins, building renovation and demolition materials, chemical or hazardous waste, household garbage, bricks, concrete, gas bottles, broken glass, tyres, car parts.
As of 1 July 2017 Tasman Council commenced a new waste contract with Veolia Environmental Services for a 5 year term.
The routine fortnightly collection is as follows;
Click here for a current waste collection calendar and details of what can be recycled
|Date:||Thursday, 19 July, 2018|
Council is now able to offer all ratepayers with a currently waste collection to increase their recycling bin from the current 120L bin to a 240L bin. If this is something that you would be interested in, please contact Council at your earliest convenience and we will arrange the new bin for you.
All residents have a green 120 litre wheelie bin for recycling and a 240 litre wheelie bin (red lid) for rubbish to be collected each fortnight. Please observe these requirements to assist with your collection:
If your bin is damaged or goes missing, you will need to advise Council in order for a replacement bin to be distributed. Your first replacement bin is free, subsequent bins will incur a replacement fee. Council encourages households to number your bin clearly to deter theft. If you wish to apply for an extra bin please contact Council. Additional waste collection charges will apply.
Contents from your domestic waste bin is transported to the Copping Landfill Site. This site is not open to the public.
Located at Tip Road, Nubeena there is the Nubeena Transfer Station. Open hours are as follows;
The following fees apply for the disposal of rubbish at the transfer station;
|Domestic (household) waste||$17.00m3 or $3.50 bag (whichever is less)|
|White goods||$10.00 per item|
|Metal, Oil & Batteries||No Charge|
|Commercial & Construction Waste||$29.00m3|
|Tyres – cars, motor cycles (per tyre)||$7.00|
|Tyres – light truck, 4WD (per tyre)||$10.00|
|Truck tyres (per tyre)||$15.50|
Recycing your old mobile phones through MobileMuster is easy and free;
For more information on why and where to recycle with MobileMuster go to www.mobilemuster.com.au
What parts of the phone is eligable?
You can drop off your old printer cartridges for recycling through ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark’ at the Nubeena Council Offices (1713 Main Road, Nubeena).
All inkjet cartridges, toner cartridges and toner bottles from participating brands can be placed in the ‘Cartridges 4 Planet Ark’ box.
For more information visit http://cartridges.planetark.org
Empty agricultural & veterinary chemical containers (either plastic or metal) can be recycled under Agsafe’s drumMUSTER programme and turned into things like wheelie bins, pipes and fence posts.
Council holds periodic collection days at the Nubeena Transfer Station. Containers cannot be dropped off there at other times.
The containers must:
Containers that are not clean or do not have the logo cannot be accepted as part of this programme.
If you have containers to drop off or have further questions, please contact John Hueston at Tasman Council: firstname.lastname@example.org phone: 6250 9205
There are drop off points at Coles and Woolworths stores for clean, dry soft plastics (anything that will scrunch) e.g. bread bags, biscuit wrappers, packaging from toilet rolls, pasta bags, frozen food bags, lolly bags, plastic bags, old green recycled shopping bags, cereal box liners.
For a more detailed list of what can and cannot be accepted please go to:
Battery World in Hobart accepts all types of batteries for recycling. There may be a fee for commercial quantities.
Officeworks in Hobart has a recycling programme for unwanted computers and other IT hardware.