Rubbish is part of our daily lives and it's up to everyone to dispose of it responsibly, so that waste going to landfill is minimised as much as possible.
Since 2013, our kerbside collection services for rubbish and recycling have been provided to Kāpiti residents solely by independent operators.
Find out everything you need to know about these services, how to reduce waste at home, and what policies and strategies exist for waste.
Kāpiti Coast District Council offers a range of programmes, services, resources and grants to help our community reduce waste. Find out more here.
A lot of our rubbish can be recycled. When we recycle, less waste goes to landfill and this is good for the planet!
Transfer stations are strategically located around the district and cater for the safe disposal of most rubbish and recycling items. Residents in rural locations, where kerbside services are not available, can dispose of their rubbish and recycling at...
Find out what can and can't go in your recycling bin, what else can be recycled in the district, how to get a recycling bin, what to do with greenwaste and more.
This page contains application forms, guides and policy documents relating to rubbish and recycling management for the Kāpiti Coast District. Application forms All forms are available for download or print from the links below. Application for Waste...
This page lists the fees for disposal of rubbish at transfer stations and operator licensing costs.
From 1 September 2017, additional areas in Te Horo and Ōtaki will have access to kerbside recycling collection. This includes most of the roads between Ōtaki Gorge Road and Settlement Road east of State Highway 1 in Te Horo, as well as the loop from...