Waste and recycling

Logan City Council has implemented a range of new access and unloading arrangements at its waste transfer stations to protect the safety of the public and Council staff and comply with the government directives in its response to the COVID-19 crisis.

New Rules for the public when accessing Logan’s transfer stations:

  • No cash payments accepted (only voucher, eftpos or paywave). Containers will be provided in which vouchers can be placed – no direct handover to staff.
  • Only a limited number of customers will be able to access the sites at any one time
  • Customers must keep at least 1.5 metres away from all other people
  • Reduced number of unloading areas
  • As always, children must remain in the vehicle.

The Chief Health Officer has issued a direction to Queenslanders to stay home and restrict travel, therefore residents are asked to not visit these facilities unless it’s absolutely necessary.

Council’s household collection of waste and recycling bins will continue as normal.

The Recycle Market remains closed until further notice.

Council’s bulky waste kerbside clean-up program will also continue as programmed.