Waste & Recycling
The City of Marion understands the importance of working together to reduce and avoid waste as well as increase recycling. In fact, South Australia is doing really well and is already recycling over 60% of its waste, but we can do a lot better.
If you have a question about your bins, check out our City of Marion Waste and Recycling pages.
Kerbside queries and FAQs
Has your bin been missed or gone missing? Have you moved into a new property and need a bin?
The following table gives you information on who to contact about these issues.
|What to do|
Missed Bin Collection
|Contact Solo Resource Recovery
(Monday to Friday 7am to 6pm)
Phone: (08) 8295 5077
Fax: 8295 5778
If your bin goes missing.
|Complete the Missing waste bin report(32 kb)
Once the form has been received and approved, bins will be replaced within two business days.
To track the progress of the request, phone Solo Resource Recovery on (08) 8295 5077.
If the property is being demolished.
|Contact City of Marion to arrange for the bins to be removed.
Phone: (08) 8375 6600
The following links take you to pages with information on what to do if you have an issue with your bin, how to improve recycling and more information on how to avoid sending materials to landfill.
Bin Collection and Calendar
Contains the 2013 Domestic Waste Collection Calendar which tells you which bin to put out and when.
Food Waste, Composting and Worm Farm
Creating your own compost is a wonderful way to improve your soils whilst disposing of your organic materials.
Electronic waste such as TVs, computers and all other equipment that requires a plug or batteries to run.
Hard Rubbish Collections
What items are acceptable, what amounts, and how to book a collection.
Hazardous Household Waste
Hazardous waste such as paints, pool chemicals, and batteries.
Kerbside Queries and FAQs page
Information on what to do if your bin collection has been missed, your bin is missing, is damaged or you have moved into a new property and need a bin. Other questions about your bins and what goes in them.
Includes the things that cannot go in any bin and are a little harder to dispose of in the right way.
Three Bin System
Explains how to use your 3 bins - red rubbish bin, yellow recycling bin and green organics bin.
Information about educational options and sessions available to your group or school, as well as teaching resources, activities and information sheets.
For further information, feel free to contact:
City of Marion
Waste Education Officer
Phone: (08) 8375 6600
Fax: (08) 8375 6699
Post: PO Box 21, Oaklands Park SA 5046
In Person: 245 Sturt Road, Sturt SA 5047