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New Food & Garden Waste BinsgrEEN bIN

Orange residents are taking their next steps in their journey with recycling since the new 'Food & Garden Waste' recycling service began.

Here you can find out more about:

Replacement BinsrED bIN

If your bin is damaged, you can order a new replacement bin online.

What day is my yellow-bin collected?Yellow bin

You can see the maps showing which areas of Orange have their yellow-lidded recycling bins collections on which days.

Waste & Recycling Collection GuideClick to download the 2014 Waste & Recycling Collection Guide

You can find out more about how Orange City Council manages waste & recycling by downloading the 2015 Waste & Recylcling Collection Guide or click here

Recycling Resources

You can learn more about how to do recycling better in this series of facts sheets.

Contact a local waste management facility

You can read details of how to contact a local waste management facility.

Ban on bee equipmentClick for more inforamtion about the ban on bee products and Equipment

There is a ban on any bee-keeping equipment or products being dumped at any Waste Facility in Orange. This notice provides more details and background information about the ban.

The Orange Waste Project

The Orange Waste Project includes the construction of new facilities at the Ophir Rd Resources Recovery Centre and the building of a new $7.7 million facility at Euchareena Road, near Molong.

You can find the official documents which relate to the Orange Waste Project here.


NetWaste is a collaborative waste and resource management project sponsored by the NSW Department of Environment and Climate Change and the Central West (CENTROC) and Orana Regional Organisation of Councils (OROC), located in the central and western regions of New South Wales.

The region comprises 28 councils, covering a total area of 412,308 square kilometres and supports a population of more than 380,000 people. Orange City Council is a member Council of NetWaste.

To find out more information on NetWaste visit www.netwaste.org.au)