Refuse and Recycling Collections - week commencing the 4th June.

Due to the Queen’s Birthday public holiday, on week commencing 4th June some collection days for refuse and recycling are changing.

Normal collections resume the following week.

Monday 4th June Public holiday - no collections
Tuesday 5th June

Gore Bay, Hanmer Springs and Mt Lyford.

Wednesday 6th June

Amberley, Amberley Beach, Leithfield and Leithfield Beach.

Cheviot, Greta Valley, Omihi, Motunau Beach, Scargill and Waipara.

Thursday 7th June Culverden, Hawarden, Rotherham, Waiau and Waikari.

Refuse and Recycling Collections - non holiday weeks

Refuse and recycling is collected weekly using a truck and recycling trailer (dual collections).  This is more convenient for service users and helps keep the district tidier.

Monday Collections Gore Bay, Hanmer Springs and Mt Lyford.
Tuesday Collections  Amberley, Amberley Beach, Leithfield and Leithfield Beach.
Wednesday Collections Cheviot, Greta Valley, Omihi, Motunau Beach, Scargill and Waipara.
Thursday Collections Culverden, Hawarden, Rotherham, Waiau and Waikari.

There are no collections on public holidays; changes to collections are advertised on council's website and Facebook page, in the News and community newsletters.

Only official Hurunui District Council refuse and recycling bags will be collected.  Refuse and recycling not in official Hurunui District Council bags will be stickered and left.  Official refuse and recycling bags can be purchased from the following locations. 

Each refuse bag is $2.50 and 50 cents per recycling bag.  This fee ensures the cost of the bag, its collection and processing or disposal is covered.  Hurunui Council will not collect refuse or recycling in bags provided by or sold by other councils.

Recycling Collections – Guidelines

Via the recycling collections, it is possible to recycle the following, which must be placed loose in an official Hurunui District Council recycling bag.

Bundles of cardboard and newspapers, which will not fit in the recycling bags should be flattened, tied into secure bundles and taken to the transfer stations. 

Unless in a recycling bag, cardboard will not be collected from the kerbside.

The following must not be put in the recycling bags.

Recycling bags must be securely tied and left at the kerbside boundary or official pickup point by 8am on collection day.  Bags split prior to the contractors arrival and non official bags, are not the crew’s responsibility to clean up.

In Hanmer Springs only, household glass bottles are collected; these must be placed in a Council provided recycling box.  Unless in one of these boxes, glass bottles will not be collected.  Please note:

Refuse Collections – Guidelines

Only official Hurunui District Council refuse bags will be collected.  These must be left at the kerbside boundary of the property or official pickup point by 8am on collection day.  Refuse will not be collected if:

Bags split prior to the contractors arrival and non official Council bags, are not the crew’s responsibility to clean up.

Rural Refuse and Recycling Collections

Rural householders can use the refuse and / or recycling collection service providing official Hurunui Council refuse and recycling bags are used and the collection guidelines followed.  

Unless agreed in advance with Council, official refuse and recycling bags must be left at one of the following drop off points by 8am on collection day only.

Amberley            

Culverden               

Greta Valley            

Hawarden                

Waikari               

Omihi 

Scargill                     

Waipara                    

Note: Only official Hurunui District Council bags will be removed.  Anything else will be deemed illegally dumped under the Litter Act (1979), Sections 14 and 15.