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Rubbish and recycling pick-up one day later this week

There will be no Kerbside rubbish and recycling collection on Monday 22 October because of the Labour Day public holiday so collections for the rest of the week will be one day late.

It is Week 1 in our fortnightly recycling collection, so if the address sticker on your wheelie bin has a 1 next to your usual collection day, put out your wheelie bin along with your glass crate and blue rubbish bag on the kerbside by 7:30am for collection - one day later than usual.

Check your collection day


Check our website at www.tcdc.govt.nz/kerbside for the schedule for your area.

Please don’t overfill your glass crate

Only fill your glass crate as far as the brim. And please don't put out broken crates. If your crate is broken, bring it to one of our Council offices and we'll replace it FREE. If you need additional crates, we sell them for $15.

We can only collect glass left in council crates - it doesn't matter from which council, they're all made to the same specification. The runners clip them to the truck while they're sorting the coloured glass. Please don't leave your glass in other types of crates, eg fish crates or cardboard boxes.

After-hours drop-off sites and rubbish compactors are available
If you’re visiting the Coromandel for Labour Weekend but leaving before your Kerbside collection day, you can drop off your rubbish in our official blue rubbish bags and recycling for FREE at any of our seven Refuse Transfer Stations.

Check our website at www.tcdc.govt.nz/rts for their hours and locations.

All of our transfer stations are open until 5:30pm over the long weekend, including Labour Day Monday.

Or, we have after-hours rubbish and recycling drop-off facilities at the following Refuse Transfer Stations:

• Mataranga – 101 Matarangi Dr
• Pauanui – 887 Hikuai Settlement Rd
• Tairua – 3 Red Bridge Rd
• Whangamata – 2755 SH25 (Waihi-Whangamata Rd)
Additionally, you can leave rubbish at one of our compactor units for $2 per bag (coin only). Rubbish bags up to about the size of our blue Council bags will fit in the compactor’s chute.

• Kuaotunu Boat Ramp – also known as Quarry Point Boat Ramp. SH25 opposite 88 Kuaotunu-Wharekaho Rd.
• Opoutere - beside the Opoutere Community Hall at the corner of SH25 and Opoutere Rd.
• Old Coroglen Saleyard site – immediately south of the SH25 bridge over the Waiwawa River. 1909 SH25 Tairua-Whitianga Rd, near the junction with the Tapu-Coroglen Rd.


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