Waste and Recycling
Isaac Regional Council proudly supports PlanetArk’s National Recycling efforts all year round.
This year is the 25th anniversary with the focus being to celebrate National Recycling Week YOUR way. How do you recycle at home, work, school or when you're out in your community? Whether it’s reducing, reusing or recycling; we’re all playing our part!
Check out some resources to below to assist:
For more information about Council’s services including your local Waste Management Facility, click here or call Council’s Customer Service Centre on 1300 ISAACS (1300 472 227).
Planet Ark: https://planetark.org/programs/recyclingnearyou
Recycling Near You: https://recyclingnearyou.com.au/
Infographic Factsheets - sourced from Planet Ark
Council operates nine (9) Waste Services Facilities across Isaac
These Waste Services Facilities are involved in many areas of waste disposal and recycling. There is a designated Recycling Shop at the Moranbah Waste Service Facility which has many recycled items from household goods to industrial materials. The Waste Services Facilities also recycle items such as; batteries, timber, metal, aluminium, glass, tyres, plastic, steel and much more.
Recycling waste is important and extremely useful. By reducing, reusing and recycling, we are all helping conserve the environment.
For opening hours and locations visit the Waste Services Facilities page or call 1300 472 277.
Visit the Kerbside Collection page for further information on this service.
Some other helpful information can be found below. For more information please contact us.
Waste Management Facilities Conditions of Use
Transfer Stations Conditions of Use
Waste Fees and Charges as per Council's Fees and Charge schedule
Commercial Fees for Non-Weighbridge Sites (PDF,34KB)
Waste Customer Service Standards (see page 3) (PDF, 2,163KB)
Asbestos Disposal Factsheet (PDF, 314KB)
LAWMAC is a NFP Incorporated Association representing the regional areas of Northern and Central Queensland comprising a membership of twenty-nine Local Government Councils and forty Waste Industry Corporate Members dedicated to best practice waste management and resource recovery.
We identify sustainable solutions through our regional forums and interactive participation across the LAWMAC region whilst aiming towards a Circular Economy and Zero Waste by 2050.
The August meeting is being held in Moranbah this year.
Isaac Regional Council is an active member of LAWMAC Inc. To learn more about LAWMAC, click here