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Christmas and New Year rubbish and recycling collection

Christmas and New Year rubbish and recycling collection changes

During the Christmas and New Year holidays all Auckland Council rubbish, recycling and paper collection services will be one day later than usual. This will affect collections for two weeks starting Monday 26 December (Boxing Day).

Please see the table below for your new collection day:

Christmas 2011
Usual collection day / New collection day
Monday 26 December (Boxing Day) / Tuesday 27 December
Tuesday 27 December / Wednesday 28 December
Wednesday 28 December / Thursday 29 December
Thursday 29 December / Friday 30 December
Friday 30 December / Saturday 31 December

New Year 2012
Usual collection day / New collection day
Monday 2 January / Tuesday 3 January
Tuesday 3 January / Wednesday 4 January
Wednesday 4 January / Thursday 5 January
Thursday 5 January / Friday 6 January
Friday 6 January / Saturday 7 January

Normal collection schedule resumes on Monday 9 January 2012

Find out more: phone 09 301 0101
or visit www.aucklandcouncil.govt.nz


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