Detergent bottles are made of plastic so can be rinsed out and thrown in your yellow-lidded recycle bin. Remove the lid and throw it in the same bin separately. The bottle and lid should be separated as they are made out of two different types of plastic.
Eligible, pre-cleaned agricultural and veterinary chemical drums and containers can be recycled through Agsafe's drumMUSTER program. drumMUSTER provides an easy, environmentally-friendly way of disposing of empty farming chemical drums and containers across rural Australia.
Burdekin Shire Council's runs multiple drummuster collections sites.
Once the drums and containers have been collected, they are recycled into re-usable products such as wheelie bins, road signs, fence posts and bollards.
See the drumMUSTER page for further details.
Empty oil drums/containers
Small empty oil drums/containers can be disposed of in your red-lidded refuse bin.
Empty oil drums/containers can also be taken to Council's Ayr, Home Hill and Giru Transfer Station and Kirknie Landfill.
Domestic quantities of less than 5 containers are accepted free of charge.
Fees apply to domestic quantities of more than 5 containers and all commercial quantities.
This can be added to a worm farm or compost bin, or alternatively, bagged and placed into your red-lidded waste bin.
DVDs or their cases cannot be recycled. Broken or damaged DVDs can be placed in your red-lidded refuse bin. DVDs in good condition can be taken to Council’s Ayr, Home Hill and Giru Waste Transfer Stations free of charge. They are then sold in the second hand shop. Alternatively, you can give them to a second hand/charity store.