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Place blister packs in your rubbish bin.
Take to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery Centres. Fees will apply.
Drop off at resource recovery centres. Fees apply.
Cellophane from bunches of flowers (cut into A3 size pieces) can be dropped off at
participating Coles and Woolworths supermarkets.
Drop it off for free at the Geelong Resource Recovery Centre in Douro St North Geelong.
Any general waste bin and any type of bag can be used for the disposal of dog poo.
Handbags and school bags cannot be recycled through your kerbside recycling bin.
Handbags unsuitable for reuse or resale should be placed in your waste bin.
Bag each item and take to the Drysdale Resource Recovery Centre. Disposal fee applies.
Take out out-of-date and unwanted medicines to your local pharmacy.
Known as the Return Unwanted Medicines (RUM) Project, the national scheme provides for unwanted and out-of-date medicines to be collected by community pharmacies from consumers.
Printer cartridges can not be recycled through your yellow lid recycling bin.
Printer cartridges can be dropped off for recycling at a number of retail outlets.
Find your local drop off collection point.
Rocks should not be placed in your green waste bin.
Larger rocks or stones should be taken to the Drysdale or Geelong Resource Recovery centres for disposal. Charges apply.
TerraCycle and Colgate® have partnered to create a free recycling program for oral care product packaging as well as a fundraising opportunity for participants.
Tooth brushes cannot be recycled in your yellow lid recycling bin.
Put in a bag or wrap in paper and put in the red lid rubbish bin.