Booking form reintroduced for those without kerbside collection
Friday, 17 September 2021
Generally, this means facilities are closed to the public who have access to kerbside collection services.
We have now reintroduced an electronic booking form to allow essential customers to drop off their waste at Council’s Wyrallah Road facility and the Nimbin Transfer Station. These will be a cashless transaction-based service. Essential customers are those residents and businesses that do not have kerbside collection services.
Essential customers can access the form by clicking here.
It is essential that those dropping off their waste use the booking form to ensure social distancing and that Council can comply with its COVID-safe plan and legal obligations. If Council is unable to manage attendance at the facility via the booking system to meet its obligations, the facility will need to be closed.
The NSW Health Restrictions will apply at all times. Customers unable to comply with these restrictions will not be permitted access to site. These are necessary measures to ensure the safety of council staff and all members of our community.
Some of the usual sorting arrangements within the Lismore Recycling and Resource Recovery Facility have been temporarily suspended and customers without kerbside collection will need to unload their own vehicles.
Residents and businesses are asked to follow the NSW Health Restrictions at all times. Please stay at home unless you have an essential reason to leave home.
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