Roads and Maritime Services' expired marine flare collection program is on from November 2019 to January 2020. Find a collection point near you to safely dispose of your expired flares. Find out more.
Council will collect your unwanted televisions and computer related items for recycling.
City of Ryde and other local Councils have joined together to establish a new Community Recycling Centre (CRC), to assist residents reduce and manage their household waste. Click here for more details.
Drop off your old mobile phones, fluorescent light globes, household batteries and printer cartridges into one of our collection points.
Dispose of old chemicals safely. Take household chemicals to designated drop-off centres.
View information on Suez Ryde Resource Recovery Centre
Porters ECoMRF is Council’s Construction Waste Recycling Facility.
Cost-price compost bins and worm farms for residents and everything you need to know to start recycling your organic waste.
A free kerbside chipping and mulching service for City of Ryde residents.
Disposal of needles and dialysis tubing at selected chemists within the City of Ryde.
Drop your old clothes into one of the charity clothing bins located throughout the City of Ryde.
A not-for-profit Environmental Charity & Cooperative that assists in diverting waste from landfill by collecting, repairing and selling pre-loved goods.
Hold a garage sale and Council will advertise it for you free of charge.
Return and Earn will roll out from 1 December 2017 and will include more than 500 collection points for people to return their eligible drink containers across NSW. Learn more.
The City of Ryde has recently signed on with Responsible Cafes to encourage coffee venues to become ‘Responsible Cafes’.
An initiative to help reduce the amount of litter on our streets.
Illegal dumping of household items is dangerous and is an offence.
Don't be a tosser! Find out how individuals, schools and local businesses can help to prevent littering in our streets, waterways and public open spaces.
Waste and recycling stations and cigarette bins can be found in parks, shopping centres and train and bus stations.
View locations of Council's free Filtered Water Stations.
Customer Service Centre
1 Pope Street, Ryde NSW 2112
Phone: 9952 8222
After Hours Assistance: 9952 8222
Ryde Aquatic Leisure Centre
Phone: 8878 5111
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