Refuse Disposal Sites
Hours and locations of the Refuse Transfer Stations in Paeroa and Waihi.
Transfer Stations and refuse and recycling collections will be affected by the Christmas/New Year public holidays. View more Christmas hours for Council services.
Paeroa Refuse Transfer Station
Open: 12.30pm to 5.30pm
Monday, Tuesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Closed: Wednesday and all Public Holidays
Waihi Refuse Transfer Station
Open: 10.00am to 4.00pm
Monday, Wednesday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Closed: Tuesday, Thursday and all Public Holidays
Charges apply for the disposal of all refuse (not including items separated for recycling). View the Disposal Charges
Kerbside Refuse & Recycling Collections
Place your refuse and recycling at the kerbside before 7:30am
Please note: On any week where there is a public holiday on a normal collection day all refuse collections for that week, from that day, will be a day later than the normal, except for the first week in January, New Years 2019. This will be advertised on our Facebook page, our website and in the local newspapers.
What Week Is it?
If you've lost track of what week it is, look it up the kerbside recycling calendar.
Yellow HDC Rubbish bags
The cost of purchasing a rubbish bag represents the costs for the kerbside collection and disposal of the refuse. Rubbish bags can be purchased from Council service centres and local supermarkets for $2.20 each.
Bins & Crates
Place your clean recyclable glass into the blue crate.
Place clean - plastic (1-7), tins/cans, paper and cardboard - into the wheelie bin. See more about what items can be placed for recycling in the wheelie bin and crate.
Place your crate and your wheelie bin out on the kerbside by 7.30am. Make sure the front of the wheelie bin is facing the road (wheels are at the back) and the lid is closed. The truck's mechanical arm needs room to pick up the bin so place it at least half-a-metre (same as the bin's width) away from other objects.
What Items Can be Recycled?
Only CLEAN materials will be accepted for recycling in the Transfer Stations and at the Kerbside.
Glass, plastic (1-7), tins/cans, paper and cardboard.
See what can or cannot go into your wheelie bin and blue crate. Find out What Items can be Recycled
|The cost of purchasing a replacement bin should the bin be stolen or damaged||Charge (including GST)|
|Small wheelie bin (80 litre) – delivered to property||$105.00 each|
|Large wheelie bin (240 litre) – delivered to property||$118.00 each|
|Glass crate bin (60 litre) – collected from a Council service centre||$15.00 each|
Wheelie bin parts replacement
|The cost of purchasing wheelie bin components should they become damaged||Charge (including GST)|
|Hinge pins for lid||$0.20 each|