- Where available refuse and recycling collections will be the same day each week
- Refuse bags and recycle bins must be out on the kerbside by 7.30am
- You can put out a maximum of two rubbish bags per household.Prepaid areas, Raglan and ex Franklin, can put out more
- Please use black plastic rubbish bags, farm fertiliser bags or supermarket plastic bags tied securely
- A bag must not weigh more than 20kg.
- Refuse collection is usually not provided on public holidays. This website, Facebook or your local newspaper will advertise any changes.
- Xtreme Waste provides a prepaid refuse bag collection in Raglan. Standard 60 litre bags cost $2.50 each and smaller 35 litre bags cost $1.50 each. The bags are available from Raglan BP petrol station, Raglan 4 Square store, Foodmarket (Wainui Road), Te Uku store, Xtreme Waste and the Council’s Raglan office. $41 for 1m3 drop-off refuse
- Tuakau residents have a wheelie bin service. Other ex-Franklin residents must purchase prepaid bags. NB - all collection services in the former Franklin part of the Waikato district are the same as they were previously.
- All bottles or jars must go into the recycle bin. Bottles in cardboard boxes won't be collected as they fall apart when wet and may cause injury.
Refuse collection days
||Awaroa (Waiuku urban), Glen Murray, Ngaruawahia Road, Otaua, Raglan West, Rotokauri, Te Kowhai, Whangape, Whatawhata, Whiriwhiri
||Aka Aka, Glen Afton, Huntly, Pukemiro, parts of Otaua Rd, Rotowaro, Tuakau (wheelie bin), Raglan East, Hakarimata Road, Brownlee Ave, View Terrace, Thickpenny Ln, Coenen Street, Waingaro Road, Clark Road
||Gordonton, Horotiu, Ngaruawahia, Orini, Taupiri
||Eureka, Matangi, Onewhero, Pokeno, Tamahere,Tuakau (rural)
||Maramarua, Mercer, Meremere, River Road, Te Kauwhata, Te Ohaki Road, Waerenga Road
- Refuse or recycling not collected? Phone us 0800 492 452
- Need information on refuse and recycling in Raglan? Visit Xtreme Waste website
- Want to know what day your rubbish will be collected? Rubbish collection day map This also indicates where the different types of collections start and stop.