Brisbane City Council’s Kerbside Collection in Ferny Grove and Keperra is coming up. Better be ready before the collection day which will be on Monday, 17 September 2018.
As a friendly reminder, here are a few things to keep in mind before the collection date.
Kerbside collection is the best time to get rid of unwanted stuff. However, you should remember that not all items are accepted during the collection. Here is a quick recap of the acceptable and unacceptable items for the event.
|Items to be collected:
||Items not accepted:
Remember to place the items for collection on the kerbside in front of the property by 6:00 a.m. during the collection period.
The Council has provided a helpful app to keep you updated with the collection days. The free Brisbane Bin and Recycling app can also help you learn how to recycle more effectively.
After downloading the app, make sure to keep the push notifications enabled so you can receive real-time updates on your app.
You can download the application for free here:
When putting out items for the Kerbside Collection in Ferny Grove and Keperra, please take note of the following:
- Keep the piles tidy on the kerb so the footpath or roadway is kept clear.
- Remember that the Council will not collect piles larger than two cubic metres (equal to a small box trailer load).
- Remove doors from refrigerators and cupboards.
- Be careful not to leave sharp or dangerous objects.
- Make sure that items can easily and safely be lifted by two people.
- Items must be secured if severe weather is expected.
Donate Usable Items
Check if some items in your pile are usable. If there are items that can still be used, donate them. This is a big help in reducing the waste sent to the landfill, plus, you get to help others in need.
You can either donate to GIVIT, The National Association of Charitable Recycling Organisations Inc. (NACRO) or bring them to the Council’s tip shops in Acacia Ridge and Geebung.
These are just a few things to consider before the Kerbside Collection in Ferny Grove and Keperra. To learn more, visit the Council’s Kerbside Collection page.