- Written by: Adam Gatt Penrith City Council (02) 4732 7777 (02) 4732 7958 email@example.com https://www.penrithcity.nsw.gov.au 601 High St Penrith NSW 2750 Australia
Penrith is a recognised leader in sustainable waste management, particularly our household organic waste recycling service. Council is committed to actively supporting our community to reduce waste sent to landfill through reducing, reusing, recycling and generally disposing of waste responsibly. We provide domestic and commercial waste collection and recycling services and promote waste avoidance and resource recovery. We also play a role through the approvals and regulation processes as regulator of building and land development activity.
You can now submit requests for all your waste needs 24/7 from any PC or mobile device so it’s convenient when you need it. The system is directly integrated with our Council's Customer Experience team and Waste contractor – that means your requests are actioned faster, and are easy to track for you and us.
What’s problem waste? Electronic waste, chemical waste and sharps (such as syringes, needles, epi-pens and lancets) can’t go in your household bins. Learn more about where you can dispose of these safely and Council’s chemical cleanout and e-waste drop off days.
Penrith City Council's Community Recycling Centre (CRC) opened on 20 July 2017. It provides the community with a free and convenient way to dispose of problem waste in an environmentally friendly way.
Have you been wondering how you can teach your children to sort correctly with the 3-bin service? The Binz Adventures is an education and activity book that will help guide you through the steps on how to teach your children how sorting can be fun.
Have you considered using cloth nappies or reusable sanitary products but don’t know where to start? Participate in Council’s Supporting Sustainable Choices Scheme to learn more about how you can live sustainably.
Do you have unwanted or used goods you no longer need and want to donate? Learn how to donate responsibly so charities can accept your goods and your items can avoid going to landfill.