Assisted Rubbish Collection availableRead more
Did you know that Christchurch City Council offer assisted rubbish collection to those in need?
If you need assistance with your rubbish, you may be eligible for the assisted rubbish collection service.
The recycling and organics bins will be removed from the property until the Council is advised that the service is no longer required at which time the recycling and organics bin will be returned at no extra cost.
To apply, please fill in the application form along with a letter from your General Practitioner or other medical professional verifying that you are incapable of taking the wheelie bin to the kerbside.
You will also need to sign a declaration stating that there is no one who can assist you with your wheelie bins.
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