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Ipswich suburbs where kerbside collection begins on January 17

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Ipswich's free large item kerbside collection begins on January 17 for one week from Ashwell to Woolshed.

Ipswich Mayor Teresa Harding said the council’s collection teams will be moving through each Ipswich suburb for the next 20 weeks passing about 86,603 households.

“This important collection service is kicking off in Rosewood and surrounds, ensuring residents are able to dispose of items that are too large for the wheely bin,” Mayor Harding said.

“I would encourage you to check the calendar on council’s website so you know when council will be coming to your suburb.”

Suburbs: Ashwell, Blacksoil, Calvert, Ebenezer, Grandchester, Haigslea, Ironbark, Jeerbropilly, Lanefield, Lower Mount Walker, Marburg, Mount Forbes, Mount Marrow, Mount Mort, Mount Walker West, Muirlea, Peak Crossing, Pine Mountain, Rosewood, Tallegalla, Thagoona, The Bluff, Walloon and Woolshed.

Kerbside collection guidelines are:

  • items do not exceed two cubic metres in volume (one small box trailer)
  • items can be easily and safely lifted by two people
  • no sharp or dangerous objects are placed on kerbside
  • piles are tidy on the kerbside and roadway is kept clear
  • doors are removed from cupboards
  • outdoor play equipment is to be dismantled.

Read the guidelines on what is an acceptable item to put on the footpath as only acceptable items will be collected.

Acceptable items include furniture, mattresses, household appliances, carpet, lino, bath and laundry tubs, bicycles, outdoor play equipment.

Residents should place items on the kerb by the weekend before their scheduled collection start date, but not more than seven days prior.

 

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