Please note, the new kerbside collections do not start until 1 July. You can start using your bins a week or so ahead of your first collection
Learn where to place your kerbside bins.
How to find your collection day
Find your collection day and week on the side of your bins, or by using our search tool.
Find your collection day and week
Taking your bins to kerbside
Place your bins at your kerbside by 7 am on your collection day, putting them as close to the kerbside as possible. Allow 30 cm between the bins to ensure they can be collected and make sure your wheelie bin is facing the kerbside, so the lid opens to the road.
Where there is limited space on the kerbside, you can place your food scraps bin and glass bin directly in front of your wheelie bin.
Each bin is collected by a different truck, so your bins will be emptied at different times on your collection day.
You don’t need to buy tags for your Tauranga City Council bins – our new kerbside service is different to Western Bay of Plenty District Council’s service, which requires tags.
Do you need help getting your bins to the kerbside?
Anyone who is unable to take their bins to the kerbside due to a physical disability or ailment is encouraged to contact council to see if they qualify for an assisted service, which will be free of charge.
More information on assisted service
Bins weren’t collected?
If your bin wasn’t collected, you should have received a sticker or tag letting you know why (e.g. overfilled or contained unaccepted items), however if you didn’t receive a sticker, please call us on 07 577 7000 so we can look into this for you.
Download the kerbside education brochure (1.09mb pdf)