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Difficult Waste Items

Food Waste

Council does not presently provide an organics recycling service to businesses that are eligible for its kerbside 140 litre (red lid) waste and 240 litre (yellow lid) recycling service.

To learn more about commercial organics recycling contact your commercial waste service provider or visit:

Hazardous Waste

For information about the safe disposal of materials that are prohibited from disposal to landfill, such as hazardous waste, visit

Electronic Waste

Free recycling 7 days a week, all year round for small businesses and householders.

The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme provide householders and small business with access to free drop-off services for televisions and computers.

This new scheme is funded by the television and computer industry and builds on existing recycling efforts by council.

This scheme is open to households and small businesses only and there are several sites accepting old TVs and computers for FREE that are convenient to the City including:

Beverley Waste and Recycling Centre
2-6 Toogood Avenue, Beverley 
P: 8408 1350

Adelaide Waste and Recycling Centre
181 Morphett Road, North Plympton
P: 8295 5077

Integrated Waste Services
Lot 254 Hines and Wingfield Roads, Wingfield
P: 8243 2644

There are also numerous other site across metropolitan and regional South Australia that will accept old TVs and computers free of charge.

To locate a site nearest you visit

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