Singleton Community Recycling Centre

There are a number of convenient ways in which you can dispose of problem wastes that can not be placed in your household garbage or recycling bin.


The Singleton Community Recycling Centre provides Singleton residents with a user-friendly facility, making it easier to dispose of recyclable and household problem wastes FOR FREE.

  • Aluminium and steel
  • Car batteries
  • Electronic waste
  • Fire extinguishers
  • Fluorescent light globes and tubes
  • Gas cylinders (empty)
  • Glass bottles
  • Household batteries
  • Motor oils
  • Other oils
  • Paints - oil and water-based
  • Paper and cardboard
  • Plastics
  • Polystyrene
  • Smoke detectors

Read more on the NSW EPA website.

We’ve made some changes to how we operate the CRC – you now need to pull up to our weigh bridge so our operators can review your items first before you recycle them (this is so we can record how much we are recycling and reduce contamination levels).

This project is a NSW EPA “Waste Less, Recycle More” initiative funded from the waste levy.


Community recycling stations are available at several Council buildings, accepting household batteries, mobile phones, printer cartridges and keyboards.

Participating buildings:

  • Singleton Council Administration Building - Civic Avenue, Singleton
  • Singleton Library - Queen St, Singleton
  • Singleton Youth Venue - Pitt St, Singleton