Please do not place garden or hard waste on the kerb more than three days before your suburb service commencement date. Waste disposed to the kerbside earlier than three days before service commencement may be classified as ‘illegal dumping’.
Woodridge and North Logan Central (north of Wembley Road including the northern side of Wembley Road)
Kingston, Berrinba and South Logan Central (south of Wembley Road including the southern side of Wembley Road)
Slacks Creek, Meadowbrook
Browns Plains, Regents Park, Heritage Park
Hillcrest, Boronia Heights, Forestdale
Munruben, Park Ridge South, North Maclean, South Maclean, Greenbank, New Beith
Jimboomba, Riverbend, Glenlogan, Flagstone, Veresdale Scrub, Veresdale, Cedar Vale, Mundoolun, Cedar Grove, Woodhill
Stockleigh, Logan Reserve, Tamborine, Cedar Creek, Logan Village, Buccan, Chambers Flat, Yarrabilba, Kairabar
Loganlea, Waterford, Waterford West, Park Ridge
Northern Rochedale South (north of Underwood Road including both sides of Underwood Road) and Priestdale
Southern Rochedale South (south of Underwood Road but not including the southern side of Underwood Road)
Daisy Hill, Shailer Park
Carbrook, Cornubia, Loganholme, Tanah Merah
Items we accept at kerbside clean up
tree and shrub clippings and palm fronds cut into 1m lengths and tied into bundles
leaves and grass clippings left in cardboard boxes (not plastic bags).
wood products (no longer than 1m in length)
carpet and linoleum (lino)
stoves, dishwashers and washing machines with doors removed
small amounts of building materials like timber, gyprock and tiles
tins of dry paint, with the lid removed.
Items we don't accept at kerbside clean up
We can’t collect:
tyres, batteries, gas cylinders and fire extinguishers
fibro sheeting (whether or not it contains asbestos)
hazardous or medical waste, chemicals, oils
food or any waste that may rot or attract flies and vermin
refrigerators, air conditioners and freezers
glass or items that contain glass – including televisions, mirrors and computer monitors, tables, solar panels etc.
tree stumps and dirt
bean bags containing beans
tins of wet paint
bricks and larger rocks.
Where to place items
Place your items neatly on the kerb in a pile and make sure:
the pile is no more than 2m wide, 1m high and 1m deep
green waste is cut in to 1m lengths and tied into bundles
your waste does not block footpaths, driveways, letterboxes or meter boxes
As a guide, two people should be able to load your waste in no more than 5 minutes.
Excessive waste won't be collected.
Frequently asked questions
I have trouble using the service due to age/disability. What can I do?
Unfortunately our crews are not able to help remove items from your house. Ask family, friends or neighbours to give you a hand. There are community groups who may pick up items in good condition that they can sell or re-use. Some examples are:
There are also companies such as skip bin contractors who can take away rubbish. Fees apply for these services.
I accidentally threw something out, can I get it back?
We cannot return any items we collect. The items get crushed in the collection vehicle straight away.
Can I put my garden clippings in plastic bags?
No, All green waste should be placed in cardboard boxes. Our contractors cannot process the waste correctly if it is placed in a plastic bag.
What can you do about people who go through kerbside rubbish piles and take items to keep, resell or strip?
This does happen, and unfortunately it’s out of our control. For more information about scavenging, see Illegal dumping.
If scavengers or vandals have gone through your pile, we would appreciate it if you tidied it up.
Will any of the items I put out be recycled?
No, we do not recycle the items we collect at kerbside clean up. If you have any unwanted household items that are still in good condition, you may be able to donate them to the Logan Recycling Market.
I work in a commercial property (e.g. warehouse or shop). Can we put waste out?