Waste and Recycling at Home

Consultation has concluded

Hawkesbury City Council will be undertaking a community consultation project from May 2015. The purpose of this project is to help Council design communication and education programs and assist Council to develop a greater understanding of the community’s attitudes, awareness and behaviours in relation to waste and recycling.

The broad objectives of this consultation project include the following:

  • To understand residents’ reception and response to waste promotional activities

  • To understand the community’s motivations and barriers towards waste and recycling practices

  • To understand factors that encourage or deter learning and action, for example preferred communication channels and activities

  • To improve waste education and community engagement

A random telephone survey, as well as an online survey via Council’s Engagement HQ forum have commenced.


Hawkesbury City Council will be undertaking a community consultation project from May 2015. The purpose of this project is to help Council design communication and education programs and assist Council to develop a greater understanding of the community’s attitudes, awareness and behaviours in relation to waste and recycling.

The broad objectives of this consultation project include the following:

  • To understand residents’ reception and response to waste promotional activities

  • To understand the community’s motivations and barriers towards waste and recycling practices

  • To understand factors that encourage or deter learning and action, for example preferred communication channels and activities

  • To improve waste education and community engagement

A random telephone survey, as well as an online survey via Council’s Engagement HQ forum have commenced.


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Hawkesbury City Council is currently undertaking a resident survey into recycling and waste reduction to better understand the community’s views. The survey takes only a few minutes and any answers you provide are confidential. The information gathered through this survey will help Council to better educate the community about recycling and waste reduction.

    Hawkesbury residents who complete the survey are eligible to go in the draw to win a $250 Coles Myer Gift Voucher.(Only one entry permitted. Must be Hawkesbury residents to go in draw.)

    Hawkesbury City Council is currently undertaking a resident survey into recycling and waste reduction to better understand the community’s views. The survey takes only a few minutes and any answers you provide are confidential. The information gathered through this survey will help Council to better educate the community about recycling and waste reduction.

    Hawkesbury residents who complete the survey are eligible to go in the draw to win a $250 Coles Myer Gift Voucher.(Only one entry permitted. Must be Hawkesbury residents to go in draw.)

    Consultation has concluded