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  • Casual Centre Attendant

    Kimbriki Environmental Enterprises Pty Ltd is an innovative waste and recycling centre on Sydney’s Northern Beaches. We aim to be a leader in waste management, through the use of innovative technologies and management systems that maximise resource recover ... Continue Reading

    CATEGORY:   Positions Vacant

    TAGS:  Casual Centre Attendant

    DATE PUBLISHED:  Thursday, 14 September 2017

  • Resident Vegetation Drop-off at Kimbriki

    All households in the Northern Beaches and Mosman Council areas are provided with dedicated vegetation bins collected by Council.  The vegetation drop-off at Kimbriki provides residents with an occasional disposal option for excess amounts of vegetation generated at home. The councils pay Kimbriki the advertised gate fees for this servic ... Continue Reading

    CATEGORY:   Latest News

    TAGS:  resident vegetation

    DATE PUBLISHED:  Friday, 9 June 2017

  • Police and RMS visited Kimbriki

    KEE cooperated and assisted officers from the Roads and Maritime Services (RMS) and NSW Police in a joint operation which  was conducted on-site at Kimbriki on Wednesday 18 May 2016 . The joint RMS and NSW Police operation targeted the roadworthiness of vehicles, overweight vehicles, and vehicles with uncovered loads. NSW Police also conducted  alcohol and drug testin ... Continue Reading

    CATEGORY:   Latest News

    TAGS:  RMS visit

    DATE PUBLISHED:  Thursday, 9 June 2016

  • Dispose of Special Wastes

    Find out more about how to dispose of and manage Special Wastes including asbestos, insulation material, motor oil and electronic waste (e-waste)

    CATEGORY:   Latest News

    TAGS:  computer recycling, e-waste, special waste, television recycling

    DATE PUBLISHED:  Thursday, 27 June 2013

  • Re-use in Action

    'Ned Kelly' has painstakingly been re-constructed by a skillful metal artist.

    'The work is very intricate and shows a great use of rescued metal junk', said Peter Rutherford, Senior Ecologist. We are keen to encourage the re-use of materials. See the Kimbriki Buy Back Centre for a wide array of items rescued to be sold very reasonably for re-use.

    CATEGORY:   Latest News

    TAGS:  metal sculpture, re-use

    DATE PUBLISHED:  Wednesday, 7 September 2011