Shoalhaven City Council have announced extended hours and days for Lake Conjola and Berry depots to address the excess waste materials following subsequent natural disasters.
The Shoalhaven Community has not only just lived through a devastating bushfire event, but also now experiencing flooding following the largest rain event to hit the state in decades.
Therefore, Council will be extending waste depots hours at Lake Conjola and Berry depots over the coming weeks to assist residents with the removal of waste starting from Wednesday, 12 February 2020 until Sunday, 1 March 2020.
In addition, to extended hours a large bin will also be available at the Lake Conjola Community Centre and near the Shoalhaven Heads Boat Ramp from Thursday, 13 February until Thursday, 20 February 2020, with Council will replacing this bin as required.
The local depot will be open for extended days and hours as follows:
Wednesday 12 February – 8am to 4pm
Friday 14 February – 8am to 4pm
Saturday 15 February – 8am to 4pm
Sunday, 16 February – 8am to 4pm
Monday,17 February – 8am to 4pm
Wednesday, 19 February – 8am to 12pm
Friday 21 February – 8am to 12pm
Saturday 22 February – 8am to 12pm
Sunday 23 February – 8am to 12pm
Monday 24 February – 8am to 12pm
Wednesday 26 February – 8am to 12pm
Friday 28 February – 8am to 12pm
Saturday 29 February – 8am to 12pm
The large bins will be in place at Lake Conjola Community Centre, Lake Conjola Entrance Road.
Shoalhaven City Councils Berry depot will be open normal hours plus Wednesday 12 Feb, Wednesday, 19 Feb between 8am to 4pm
A large bin will be in place at the corner of Hay Ave and Wharf Road, Shoalhaven Heads.