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Getting rid of rubbish

Ordering bins for a new property

Just moved to Casey and don't have any bins?  You can order new bins through our online form.

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In most cases, the package you choose must include 3 bins (rubbish, recycling, and food and garden waste bins). If your property is less than 400 square metres (m2), a food and garden waste bin is optional.

If you are in a rental property, you must order the standard option (with a 120L garbage bin).

Food waste can go in your garden bin

If you do not have a home composting system you can dispose of your food waste and scraps into the food and garden waste bin. Remember food must go in unbagged. Plastics or plastic bags, including compostable and biodegradable bags are not accepted. You can line your caddy with small amounts of paper towel or one sheet of newspaper. Learn more here.

Find your bin collection day

We will collect rubbish bins every week. Recycling bins and garden waste are collected every two weeks.

Not sure when your bin day is? You can find your bin collection day through our interactive map.

Hard rubbish collection

Casey residents are allowed 2 hard rubbish collections a year. 

Want to book a hard rubbish collection? You can make a hard rubbish collection booking through our online form. Council also provides guidelines around what we can and can't collect in a hard rubbish collection.

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Waste Disposal Directory

To help you dispose of your waste and unwanted items correctly you can search items using our online Waste Disposal Directory.

Let’s bin it right!

Detox Your Home

Waste Disposal Directory

Dispose of unwanted toxic household chemicals without harming your health or the environment at Sustainability Victoria’s FREE Detox Your Home drop-off service. Visit Sustainability Victoria’s website for more information.

There will be a Drop Off event in Casey on Saturday 25 June 2022, including paints. Please register via Sustainability Victoria to attend.

 

Disposing of e-waste

Electronic waste refers to any item with a plug, battery or cord that is no longer wanted. These cannot be placed in any of your household bins and must be disposed of separately. E-waste can be collected via hard waste, dropped off at a Transfer Station  or recycled through alterative collection points. Search the most convenient option for you.

Missed bin collection or damaged bin

If you need to report a missed bin collection or failed to put your bins out on time due to unforeseen circumstances, you can contact us within 48 hours to find out your options. Also contact us to repair or replace damaged or stolen bins, free of charge.

Report dumped rubbish or littering

If you see someone littering or dumping rubbish on nature strips, parks and reserves and local roads please contact us and provide as much information as possible.

Recycling right

By using our bin services correctly, you can do your bit to reduce waste to landfill and ensure items in the recycling bins can be recycled into new products.

Check what items are accepted in Casey’s recycling bins in the waste and recycling guide.

When the wrong items are put into the recycling bin it increases the materials sent to landfill and costs council in contamination charges.

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Bin posters and labels

To help dispose of your waste correctly, you can download, save or print recycling, rubbish and food and garden bin posters for your home, workspace , community centre or school.

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Translated recycling posters

We have recycling fridge poster in Dari, Sinhalese, Mandarin, Hindi and Arabic to help you and your family recycle right!



Join the Green Living in Casey Community

Join the Green Living in Casey Facebook group or sign up the Green Living in Casey e-newsletter to connect with the local community and find out about local sustainability news and events.

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