Council provides a fortnightly recycling collection service to Noosa residents and commercial customers. If a second recycling bin is required, please contact Council's customer service centre.
Recycling in Noosa has expanded. Residents can now recycle plastics numbered from 1-6 and silver lined UHT cartons.
Download the Handy A-Z Guide to Recycling [310KB] for more information.
E-waste such as computers, laptops, mobile phones, TVs, monitors, and AV equipment can now be dropped off at Council's Eumundi Road Resource and Recovery Centre (tip) for free and recycled. Please do not place e-waste in the recycling (yellow lid) bin.
To register interest in a new 360 Litre recycle bin (standard bin size is 240 Litre) and/or a 360 Litre garden waste recycling bin service please download and complete the 360L Recycling Bin service form and/or the 360L Garden Waste Recycling Bin form and then sending in to council.
Contact Council's Customer Service on 5329 6500. See our new garden waste recycling bin service page for more information.
- Fit more in the bin by flattening boxes.
- Remove lids and squash plastic bottles. Lids are recyclable.
- Do not put recyclables in plastic bags.
- Place items loose in the bin — it saves space too
|What can go in||What can't go in|
Recyclable bin collection guidelines
Bins should be placed within 1 metre of the road kerb and 1 metre from other bins and objects with the handles facing towards the property. Put bins out before 6am on collection day, or the night before. Bins must not block footpaths or driveways. Bins should be placed clear of parked cars, trees and poles. Only waste placed inside the bins will be collected.
Damaged bins, missed bins and extra services
To request a replacement or repair to a damaged bin, or report a stolen bin, simply complete this online form. Please note that residents are responsible for the cleanliness of their bins.
If a bin has not been picked up during a regular service, report it here.
Garden Waste Bin Service
Garden waste including grass clippings, palm fronds and small branches, is recycled at Eumundi Road Resource and Recovery Centre and made into mulch. For more information about Council's garden waste bin service here.