Kerbside recycling bin assessments are conducted a couple of times a year in North West Tasmania.

Since the kerbside recycling bin assessments began in the Cradle Coast in 2014, there has been a 37% improvement in the number of pass grades achieved when checked for general waste, green waste or other non-recyclable materials.  Well done everyone!

Recycling bins containing more than 10% of non-recyclable materials, known as contamination, classify as a fail in the bin assessment program, which is coordinated across seven local councils as part of the Cradle Coast Waste Management Group’s waste minimisation work.

If you missed out on the recent kerbside recycling bin assessments or you’d like to brush up your skills before the next assessment, then take our quiz to help you to get sorted!

Click the links below to access more information about kerbside recycling:

A-Z Guide to Recycling and Waste

Do’s and Don’ts of Kerbside Recycling

What does the recycling symbol on my items mean?

Where does my recycling go?