Clutha District Council is the lead provider of waste management services and infrastructure within the Clutha District. We provide a kerbside rubbish & recycling collection service to residential properties in most urban areas of the district and to some commercial premises and rural households along service routes. We also operate the district’s only sanitary landfill and ten waste transfer facilities throughout the district.
Council helps minimise the waste created and landfilled within our district by supporting the district’s Enviroschools and providing information to encourage waste minimisation and responsible waste management practices. There are currently six Enviroschools in our District: Balclutha Primary, Catlins Area, Clinton Primary, Clutha Valley Primary, Taieri Beach and Waihola District Schools. For further information on Enviroschools see www.enviroschools.org.nz or contact Council on 0800 801 350 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
These webpages provide an overview of the waste management and minimisation services we provide. If you have any further enquires contact us on 0800 801 350 or email@example.com.
Second Hand Sundays
Do you have stuff you’d like to get rid of but it is too good to put in the rubbish? Would you like to give it away but don’t know anyone who wants it?
Second-Hand Sundays are the perfect opportunity for that person to find your stuff and take it off your hands. In essence, it works like a garage sale, however no money changes hands.
For more information, please click here.
MyWaste Smartphone App
Unsure which bin needs to go out this week? Confused about whether that item is recyclable or not? Wondering when your nearest transfer station is open? Wanting tips to help minimise the amount of waste you have?
Have the answers at your finger-tips with our FREE ‘MyWaste’ Smartphone App for Apple and Android. Download our free app here: http://www.my-waste.mobi/NZ-CluthaDC/
Our Waste Management and Minimisation Plan (WMMP), adopted in June 2012, sets out how waste is to be managed and minimised within our district. The plan recognises that while the way we manage our waste has been moving in the right direction, there is still more we as a district can do. A Waste Assessment, produced as part of the WMMP planning process, outlines what we currently know about the waste created within the Clutha District.
Waste Management and Minimisation Plan 2012 (PDF, 1.2MB, opens new window)
Waste Assessment 2012 (PDF, 1.3MB, opens new window)
Solid Waste Bylaw 2012
The Clutha District Sanitary Services Bylaw (Part 2: Solid Waste) regulates the use of Council’s solid waste services and facilities. Updated in 2012, the bylaw outlines user responsibilities and penalties for not meeting these responsibilities.
Solid Waste Bylaw 2012 (PDF, 512kb, opens new window)
The Solid Waste Services Information document below is not part of the Bylaw, but has been prepared to give effect to the provisions of the Bylaw and provide further information.
Solid Waste Services Information (PDF, 4.8MB, opens new window)