March 22, 2020

Media Statement: Fire at Kimbriki

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Sunday 22 March 2020 At approximately 5.15pm today a fire occurred on the public (small vehicle) transfer station at the Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre. Site…

March 3, 2020

Kimbriki now accepts Paint

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2 March 2020 Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre is now accepting unwanted and unused paint at Kimbriki free of charge under the Paintback® Scheme. Kimbriki is…

January 31, 2020

Native Bee Workshop

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Local Native Bee expert, Dan Smailes will tell us all about: the different types of Native Bees and the vital work they do in pollinating…

December 10, 2019

Batter(y) to be safe than sorry

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This silly season, the Waste Management and Resource Recovery Association of Australia (WMRR) is reminding one and all to dispose safely of all batteries. It…

December 10, 2019

Pruning & Propagation

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Correct pruning is beneficial to your trees and shrubs to increase durability and strength; remove dead and diseased wood; improve cropping, regrowth and aesthetics as…

December 10, 2019

Starting a Beginner’s Vegie Garden

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Learn the basic skills to grow some of your own organic herbs and vegetables. We will set up and plant a new garden together. Food…

December 10, 2019

Self-Watering Garden Beds Workshop

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An exciting workshop on building and managing a wicking bed - a self-watering garden.   What is a wicking bed?  Wicking beds are a unique…

December 10, 2019

Composting & Worm Farms Workshop

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Composting and worm farming are great alternatives to disposing of your food waste in the rubbish bin while creating natural fertiliser for your garden. By…

October 21, 2019

One hundred million litres processed

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21 October 2019 Kimbriki’s newly launched Leachate Treatment Plant has achieved a significant milestone in processing its one hundred millionth litre this month. Commissioned in…

September 26, 2019

Bringing Asbestos to Kimbriki Resource Recovery Centre

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Kimbriki accepts BONDED ASBESTOS material only.  Special Conditions apply. All loads of Asbestos must be double-bagged or double-wrapped in 200um heavy duty builders plastic, securely sealed with…