Community Recycling Centre (CRC)
Waste Matters – Drop off your household problem waste for recycling
Inverell Community Recycling Centre was opened in May 2016.
Located at Inverell Landfill, the CRC provides an easy drop off point for all household waste including an undercover disposal point for hazardous waste. Items that can be disposed for free at the CRC include:
- Gas bottles;
- Motor oils;
- Batteries (Household batteries can also be dropped into the collection point at Inverell Shire Library);
- Smoke detectors;
- Fluorescent globes and tubes.
Only household quantities accepted 20kg or 20L maximum container size. Please transport your materials carefully. Dangerous goods and items other than those listed will not be accepted.
Many of these materials can be reused and recycled if processed correctly. Recycling helps our environment because it saves water, energy and natural resources.
Free CRC Problem Waste Storage Kits
Start the New Year off right by utilising the free CRC problem waste storage kits to store problem waste until you are able to visit your local Community Recycling Centre (CRC). Items can be dropped off to the CRC at the Inverell Landfill on Burtenshaw Road, free of charge.
These kits are available for collection at Council’s Administration Centre building, 144 Otho Street, Inverell.
For more information, please visit the Northern Inland Regional Waste website.
Inverell’s Community Recycling Centre
The Inverell CRC is located at the Inverell Landfill on Burtenshaw Road, Inverell.
Monday – Friday: 7:30 am – 4:30 pm
Saturday – Sunday: 9:00 am – 3:30 pm
Should you need any clarification on what can be taken to the CRC please contact Council’s Civil & Environmental Services department on (02) 6728 8200, download the Community Recycling Centre Flyer or visit the EPA website.
The Community Recycling Centre Flyer details what items can be taken to the CRC and also includes tips to recycle other household items.
The EPA website details further information on the Community Recycling Centre initiative and also details information on other recycling services which may be available to you.
Locate CRC’s across NSW
CRCs are free for all NSW residents.
To locate other CRCs across the NSW, visit the NSW EPA Recycling Centres webpage which includes an interactive map of CRC locations within NSW, their contact information and opening hours.
This is a NSW EPA Waste Less, Recycle More initiative funded from the waste levy.