The Hills Shire Council is working closely with The Office of Local Government and NSW Health to help prevent the further spread of the COVID-19.
Click here to learn how Council is responding to the Coronavirus and for more information on Council services and operations including changes to how Council meetings are conducted.
Information on your waste service including your garbage, recycling and garden organic bins and how to present them.
Everything you need to know about your kerbside clean up service including what items you can and can’t include.
Information on household chemical disposal and recycling electronics, whitegoods & furniture.
Bin night? Look up what bins to put out on the kerb for collection.
If your bin was not collected report it here.
Find out how to report a lost or stolen bin to Council.
Find out how to get your bin repaired.
Request a new bin service (new estates) or additional recycling or garden organics bin (fees apply).
Contact Council's Resource Recovery Team here...
Discover educational events including the latest Workshop Series & Compost & Worm Farming Workshops.
Learn how to compost & how to set up a worm farm at a Council run workshop.
The closest facility is the SUEZ Resource Recovery Centre at Seven Hills.
Information for residents living in units, townhouses or villas on bin collection and signage.
Use effective waste strategies to reduce landfill.
The Hills Shire Council produces and delivers an annual Waste Wall Calendar to help residents keep track of recycling weeks and waste collection days.
Information for land holders and fill transporters regarding illegal dumping and the proper disposal of landfill.
These colourful and informative newsletters are produced by The Hills Shire Council and the NSW EPA (funded from the Waste Levy).
8:30am - 4:30pm Mon to Fri
(excl Public Holidays)
Telephone : +61 2 9843 0555
Fax : +61 2 9843 0409
PO Box 7064, Norwest 2153
For more information, including how members of the public are able to address Council about items on the Meeting agenda or ask questions in Community Forum, click here.
COVID-19: How Council is responding to the Coronavirus