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Waste and Recycling

Waste and Recycling Building a circular economy and reducing waste to landfill are priorities for Council as we aim to create a more sustainable community. We offer a various initiatives to educate

Resource Recovery

on the right track, Council developed a Waste and Resource Management Strategy that sets a clear direction for waste and recycling resource management services into the future. Along with implementing

Kerbside Collections

responsibility to ensure as little waste as possible is sent to landfill. On this page Blue-lidded kerbside bins — Landfill waste Yellow-lidded kerbside bins — Recyclable waste Green-lidded kerbside

Services

advisory. Find out how to seek support for your business, connect with others and meet legislative requirements. Read More Waste and Recycling Building a circular economy and reducing waste to landfill

Regional Subsidiaries

Hills Council, Alexandrina Council, District Council of Mount Barker and the Rural City of Murray Bridge. The independently resourced authority is committed to evaluating waste and recycling services

Scott Creek Oval

Recovery Centre is operated by Adelaide Hills Region Waste Management Authority on behalf of Adelaide Hills Council to provide recycling and waste resource recovery services where customers can recycle or dispose of waste. Read More

Melville Reserve (Upper Sturt Tennis Courts)

Locations Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre is operated by Adelaide Hills Region Waste Management Authority on behalf of Adelaide Hills Council to provide recycling

Scott Creek Cemetery

Centre is operated by Adelaide Hills Region Waste Management Authority on behalf of Adelaide Hills Council to provide recycling and waste resource recovery services where customers can recycle or dispose of waste. Read More

Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre

Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre is operated by Adelaide Hills Region Waste Management Authority on behalf of Adelaide Hills Council to provide recycling

Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre

Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre The Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre (HRRC) is a multi-stream recycling facility where residents can recycle or dispose of waste. The Heathfield Resource

Media Releases

2019 | Overcoming dumpster doubt 16 April 2019 | Weaving Stories to light up Onkaparinga Woollen Mill 15 April 2019 | East Waste Recycling (East Waste media) 29 March 2019 | Council pledges ongoing

Threats to Biodiversity

(dairies, piggeries), industry (wineries, abattoirs), landfills, waste and recycling depots and rubbish dumping, wastewater treatment plants). Deciduous trees leaf drop in autumn containing high

Waste Reduction Tips

waste to landfill, and find more ways to avoid, reduce, reuse, recycle and compost, but we understand that the different options can be a lot to take in. This page is all about helping you meet your

Sustainability Actions

collection point, giving residents even more options for safe and sustainable waste removal. Waste and Resources Management Strategy (1.9MB PDF) Resource Recovery and Recycling Strategy The Resource Recovery

Hard Waste Collections

Hard Waste Collections Are you renovating, moving house or spring cleaning? A hard waste collection is a great way to dispose of household items that are unable to be recycled, reused or repurposed

Council Strategies and Plans

) Southern and Hills LGA Regional Public Health Plan 2015 (6.6MB PDF) Water Management Plan 2017 (741KB PDF) Waste and Resources Management Strategy (1.9MB PDF) Resource Recovery and Recycling Strategy (1.5MB PDF)

Waste Water

Waste Water Wastewater treatment and disposal in the Adelaide Hills Council area is managed through several different systems. It is important to understand which system your property has installed

Woodside takes out top prize

of recycled, repurposed, and environmentally friendly handmade creations, Woodside took on the challenge with great results. On hand to receive their prizes were representatives from the Woodside

Fauna

growth, providing food and recycling organic matter. The Adelaide Hills region is home to a large variety of native animals (fauna), some of which are endangered and other that have already become

Free Green Organics Drop Off Days

Free Green Organics Drop Off Days Green organic drop off days are one way that Council helps residents to prepare for bushfire danger season and maintain green organic waste on their property. Green

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