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Important changes have occurred to the way the Moreton Bay Region collects, handles and processes waste and recyclable materials.
Locations of 9 transfer stations, 2 treasure markets and 3 major waste management facilities with onsite landfills.
Waste and recycling collections, how to order bins for your property or replace a stolen bin and have damaged bins repaired or replaced.
Use Council’s recycling and waste guide to learn what and where you can recycle or dispose of different types of goods.
Council offers waste education programs to help reduce, sort and better manage waste in the region.
Council encourages residents and business to think green and be more sustainable. Find out how to reduce, reuse and recycle more.
What residents and commercial operators can expect to pay for the collection, disposal and/or processing of waste and recyclables.
The State Government implemented a levy on waste disposal from 1 July 2019. What do you need to know?
Eligible MBRC residents, ratepayers, charitable organisations and community groups are entitled to free disposal of general waste.
Although waste facilities remain open to the public, residents are urged to avoid or reduce visits to comply with the latest COVID-19 advice from the Australian Government.