Northen Inland Regional Waste

Northern Inland Regional Waste (NIRW) is a voluntary local government networking group to specifically address waste management issues on a regional level. The group's membership consists of thirteen (13) Local Government Councils in the North West and New England regions of New South Wales, Australia. NIRW was formed in July 1998 and meets quarterly to discuss waste management issues and to organise regional initiatives.

The member Councils are:-

Our Region

The NIRW region incorporates the New England and North West NSW. The region consists of regional cities, townships and farming  communities. Some of the region’s larger areas include agriculture, mining and education.

The region covers an area of 99,754 kms2 and is home to 176,226 people.

Latest News

2013 Chemical CleanOut commences 1 August

Potentially dangerous leftover and old household chemicals can be disposed of safely.

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Waste > Art & Design Competition - Gwydir Shire Council

Entries are invited to the Gwydir Shire Council Waste > Art & Design Competition.

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Chemical Collection

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Community Sharps Management

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Regional Litter Strategy

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