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Cessnock Recycling Statistics

Currently there are over 55,000 people in the LGA, with HRR servicing 21,412 homes at June 2017 every fortnight.

Over the 20 years of service Cessnock residents have recycled 79,613 tonnes of domestic packaging and saved 219,394 cubic metres of landfill space. This has reduced Co2 emissions equal to taking 9,539 cars off the road permanently. Saved enough electricity to power 6,139 homes for a year and saved enough water to provide a year’s supply to 14,099 people!

In the year from 2016 – 2017 Cessnock residents recycled 4,968 tonnes of accepted material through the kerbside service and free drop off collection point at the Cessnock Waste Management Facility which was down by 45 tonnes from the previous year.  Unaccepted material was down by 8 tonnes to 108 tonnes.

On average each home in the Cessnock LGA recycled 239.9 kilos per annum or 8 kilos per collection.

eWaste Statistics

A total of 89,747 kilos of eWaste was recycled in Cessnock during 2016 -2017. This is a reduction of 44,235 kilos on the previous year with fewer older style heavy televisions being presented. Since April 2009 a total of 1,096,413 kilos of eWaste has been recycled.

Recycling Trends over 3 years
  •  Collected
  •  Waste
  •  Recycled
  •  Kgs per service PA
  •  Kgs per collection
5,128 3,000 2,000 0
4,975.64
107.10
4,868.54
232.67
8.95
14/15
5,127.90
115.10
5,012.80
234.11
9.00
15/16
5,074.58
106.63
4,967.95
229.90
8.84
16/17

Lake Macquarie Facts

Lake Macquarie Waste Services

Reducing waste and preserving our environment is one of Lake Macquarie City Council’s major priorities. Council provides a range of services for residents, businesses and schools to help minimise waste.

Awaba Tip  officially known as the Awaba Waste Management Facility, offers a range of disposal options including recycling services.

Lake Macquarie Recycling Statistics

Currently there are over 204,166 people in the Lake Macquarie LGA, with HRR servicing over 78,790 homes at June 2017 every fortnight.

Over the 20 years of service Lake Macquarie residents have recycled 324,212 tonnes of domestic packaging and saved 893,448 cubic metres of landfill space. This has reduced Co2 emissions equal to taking 38,846 cars off the road permanently. Saved enough electricity to power  25,000 homes for a year and saved enough water to provide a year’s supply to 57,415 people!

In the year from 2016 – 2017 Lake Macquarie residents recycled 18,832 tonnes of accepted material through the kerbside service and free drop off collection point at the Awaba Waste Management Facility, down by 334 tonnes from the previous year.  The amount of  incorrectly placed material in the recycling service decreased by 33 tonnes from the previous year to 404 tonnes.

On average each home in the Lake Macquarie LGA recycles 237.26 kilos per annum or 9.12 kilos per collection.

eWaste Statistics

A total of 123,199 kilos of eWaste was recycled in Lake Macquarie during 2016 -2017 through the free drop off at the Awaba Waste Management Facility and their bulk kerbside collections. This is down  by 15,373 kilos on the previous year. Since April 2009 a total of 1,241,438 kilos of eWaste has been recycled.

The Lake Macquarie Recycling Directory provides a list of items that can be recycled and how to recycle them.

Recycling Trends over 3 years
  •  Collected
  •  Waste
  •  Recycled
  •  Kgs per service PA
  •  Kgs per collection
19,913 13,000 7,000 0
19,913.29
413.65
19,499.64
252.63
9.70
14/15
19,605.00
437.79
19,167.21
243.27
9.35
15/16
19,236.78
404.17
18,832.61
237.26
9.12
16/17

Maitland Facts

Maitland Recycling Statistics

The Maitland Local Government Area is one of the nation’s fastest growing Councils areas. With an expanding community comes greater demand upon the environment in terms of waste generation. Fortunately Maitland residents are also amongst the nation’s best recyclers.

Currently there are over 75,000 people in the LGA, with HRR servicing over 29,989 homes at June 2017 every fortnight. Over the 20 years of service Maitland residents have recycled 107,808 tonnes of domestic packaging and saved 297,092 cubic metres of landfill space. This has reduced Co2 emissions equal to taking 12,917 cars off the road permanently. Saved enough electricity to power 8,313 homes for a year and saved enough water to provide a year’s supply to 19,092 people!

6,705 tonnes of recycling packaging was recovered for the period 2016 to 2017. This is 7 tonnes less than the previous year. The amount of waste incorrectly placed in the recycling service was 143 tonnes which is 11 tonnes less than the previous year.

On average each home recycles 220.67 kilos per annum or 8.48 kilos per fortnight.

eWaste Statistics

A total of 83,749 kilos of eWaste was recycled in Maitland during 2016 -2017 down by 29,505 kilos from the previous year.

Since April 2009 a total of  1,095,339 kilos of eWaste has been recycled.

Recycling Trends over 3 years
  •  Collected
  •  Waste
  •  Recycled
  •  Kgs per service PA
  •  Kgs per collection
6,866 5,000 2,000 0
6,629.44
139.25
6,490.19
225.21
8.66
14/15
6,866.38
154.30
6,712.08
223.82
8.61
15/16
6,848.75
143.23
6,705.52
220.67
8.48
16/17

Singleton Facts

Singleton Recycling Statistics

Currently, there are over 22,000 people in the Singleton LGA, with HRR servicing over 8,730 households every fortnight. Since becoming a member of HRR residents have recycled 8,154 tonnes of domestic packaging and saved over 22,470 cubic metres of landfill space. This has reduced Co2 emissions equal to taking 977 cars off the road permanently. Saved enough electricity to power  629 homes for a year and saved enough water to provide a year’s supply to 1,444 people!

2,073 tonnes was recovered for the period 2016 to 2017. This is 1 tonnes more than the previous year. The amount of waste incorrectly placed in the recycling service was 44 tonnes which is 2 tonnes less than the previous year.

On average each home recycles 231.26 kilos per annum or 8.89 kilos per fortnight.

eWaste Statistics

45,285 kilos of eWaste was recovered in the year 2016-2017. A total of 233,905 of eWaste has been recovered since joining HRR in 2013.

Recycling Trends over 3 years
  •  Collected
  •  Waste
  •  Recycled
  •  Kgs per service PA
  •  Kgs per collection
2,073 1,000 1,000 0
1,978.23
41.38
1,936.85
225.50
8.60
14/15
2,071.98
46.48
2,025.50
232.01
8.92
15/16
2,073.46
43.64
2,029.82
231.26
8.89
16/17

Recycling Trends over 3 years – Combined all LGA’s

  •  Collected
  •  Waste
  •  Recycled
33,671 22,000 11,000 0
33,496.60
701.38
32,795.22
14/15
33,671.26
753.67
32,917.59
15/16
33,233.57
697.67
32,535.90
16/17
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