We encourage you to recycle household items like glass, plastic, aluminium, cardboard and newspaper. You can put these items in your recycle bin.
We do not provide a 10-cent refund for drink containers. For information on Queensland’s Containers for Change scheme, visit the Containers for Change website or call 13 4CHANGE (13 42 42).
For more information about what happens to your recycling after it’s collected, please see Materials Recovery Facility.
We've created a handy A–Z list of waste and resource recovery. If you're not sure where something should go, see A to Z of waste disposal.
You can recycle mobile phones, batteries and accessories in the MobileMuster recycling boxes at the following locations:
We offer an e-waste recycling service where you can dispose of televisions and computers for free. E-waste is accepted at all of our waste facilities.
The following items are accepted as recyclable e-waste:
The following items are not accepted as recyclable e-waste and will be treated as general waste:
Recycling at school is easy with our Waste Education Program.
It gives students and teachers the resources they need to support, plan, implement and maintain waste minimisation projects in their school.