The council is reminding rural residents to hold on to their Electronic Rural Waste Card for the 2020/21 financial year.
A spokesman said the cards would be automatically 'recharged' from July 1, with the 52 standard household waste disposal allocations, and one large bulky waste disposal to be used at people's convenience.
Each standard waste disposal on the card allows disposal of up to 240 litres of accepted landfill waste, 240L of co-mingled household recycling and 240L of organic waste.
"These waste streams must be kept separate and placed in the designated areas at our Waste Management Centre," the spokesman said.
Waste Management Centres in Goulburn, Tarago and Marulan resumed normal operating hours from on April 27, following restrictions due to coronavirus.
For more information, residents are invited to contact the Waste Information Line on 4823 4417.
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