Waste & Recycling A-Z

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yellow-bin.jpg Empty aerosol cans can be recycled in your yellow-lid kerbside recycling bin. Simply remove the plastic lid section and place in your yellow-lid recycling bin.

You can also recycle empty aerosol cans at your nearest Uralla Shire Waste Management Facility.

Aerosol cans pose a potential risk to the health and safety of waste management staff and therefore must be completely empty before they can be placed in the recycling bin.


Contaminated aluminium foil and trays should be placed it in your red-lid general waste bin.

While aluminium foil and trays are a recyclable product, unfortunately if the aluminium is contaminated by large amounts of food waste then it cannot be processed at the recycling plant.

not-in-your-bin.jpg Asbestos is a hazardous waste and must be disposed of correctly at a licensed site. Do not put asbestos into your kerbside collection bins.

Uralla Shire residents can dispose of asbestos materials by appointment at the Uralla Waste Management Facility. Residents must book-in the planned asbestos disposal and notify the Uralla Waste Management Facility at a minimum of 24 hours prior to the disposal.

On arrival, residents must complete an Application to dispose of Asbestos form and ensure that they follow all disposal procedures.

To arrange for asbestos disposal, please contact the Uralla Waste Management Facility on (02) 6778 3558.

For further information, please visit our Asbestos Removal and Disposal page.


Batteries are a hazardous waste and must be disposed at a designated drop-off point at a local waste management facility or battery collection point. Battery drop off points in the Uralla Shire are listed below.

Did you know?

Town Drop off points
  • Uralla Waste Management Facility & Community Recycling Centre
  • Council Administration Offices
  • Post Office
  • Bundarra Waste Management Facility
  • General Store


yellow-bin.jpgBooks can be recycled in your yellow-lid kerbside recycling bin.

If books are in good condition they can be donated to local charities or brought to the Uralla Waste Management Facility for resale through the Uralla Shire Op-Shop.

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