Pullenvale Ward Among First to Benefit from 2023-2024 Kerbside Collection

Kerbside Collection
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Pullenvale Ward will be among the first suburbs to benefit from the reintroduction of funded kerbside collection in the upcoming 2023-24 budget for Brisbane. 

The service, aimed at assisting residents in disposing of large household items that cannot be donated, sold, recycled, or fit into regular waste or recycling bins, will take place on 31 July in the suburbs of Kenmore, Kenmore Hills, Brookfield, Upper Brookfield, and Pullenvale.

However, Cr Greg Adermann has confirmed the pick-up schedules for the rest of the suburbs in these areas:

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The kerbside collection service ensures that all residents in Brisbane have access to convenient and responsible waste disposal options. This is available for both houses and multi-unit dwellings, including residential properties.

To ensure an organised and efficient collection process, Council has implemented a specific collection week for each suburb. Residents will receive timely notification of their collection week through a flyer delivered to their property at least one week prior to the commencement of the collection in their suburb.

For the convenience of residents, Brisbane City Council also offers free reminders before the kerbside collection. By downloading the Brisbane Bin and Recycling app, available at no cost, residents can receive notifications and stay informed about their collection schedule. It is important to keep push notifications enabled to ensure timely updates. 

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However, it’s essential to note that kerbside collection will not take place on public holidays. Residents are advised to plan their disposal accordingly and ensure that disposed items are on the Council’s acceptable list.

The reintroduction of funded kerbside collection in Brisbane, with Pullenvale Ward being among the first suburbs to benefit, reflects the council’s commitment to ensuring a clean and sustainable environment for all residents. By providing this service, the council aims to facilitate responsible waste management and contribute to the overall well-being of the community.

Published 22-June-2023