Napier prides itself with the clean image the City presents. Council provides a
domestic refuse collection service of domestic material for both residential and
Litter bins and drums are placed
throughout the City and emptied on a daily basis. A kerbside recycling service
for residential properties is provided via contractors.
Council's Joint Waste Management and Minimisation Plan (2012-2018) provides an insight into solid waste
management in H.B. A major objective in the plan is to increase the diversion of material from the Landfill.
The Redclyffe Transfer Station, commissioned in November 1989, operates as a separate Business Unit reporting to Council. The goals of the operation are:
To maximise the economic retrieval of waste to enable the reduction in the
amount of waste going to the Landfill by removing greenwaste,
hardfill, and promoting recycling where practical.
The Omarunui Landfill is jointly owned by Napier City Council (36%) and
Hastings District Council (64%). The day to day management and operating is the
responsibility of the Hastings District Council and financial projects are
included within their Annual Plan.
Transfer Station and Greenwaste
+64 6 844 4945
Council has a contract for kerbside recycling from residential properties with Green Sky Waste Solutions.
Please separate materials into plastic, paper, cardboard, jars, glass bottles, tin, and aluminium cans. Recycling must
be secured in plastic bags or a cardboard box, and placed on the kerbside by 6.30am on your collection day.
Green Sky Waste Solutions
0800 229 732
027 230 6622
A maximum of two bags per household will be collected from outside the property
once a week. Bags may be plastic or paper and no more than 60 litres in volume
and 10 kg in weight. The collection is for domestic refuse only (no garden refuse
etc.). Bags need to be put out by 6:30am on the day of collection or can be put
out the night before.
Residents must ensure any sharp objects and specifically broken glass or china is wrapped to prevent injury
to refuse collection staff.
Commercial premises can have two bundles of flattened cartons in addition to
the two bags of the domestic collection.
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