Residents at South Durras, Long Beach and Maloneys Beach can put out all three bins and overflow rubbish in bags next to them on Friday, December 13, the Eurobodalla Shire Council says.
The council said the Currowan fire meant those residents would have extra waste, especially those who were evacuated and missed the previous week's pick-up.
The council's contractor, SUEZ, would collect red, yellow and green lid bins at South Durras, Long Beach and Maloneys Beach.
A spokesperson said neighbours should share bins so as much material could fit in a closed bin.
An additional truck would collect any overflow from the red-lid domestic waste and yellow-lid recycling bins.
"Please help them out by making sure bags are robust and well tied up, and placed beside the red bin on the kerb," the spokesperson said.
"Any recycling that doesn't fit in the yellow lid bin can be placed beside the yellow bin, also secured in bags, and left on the kerb."
The green waste (green lid) bins will be also be picked up on Friday.
The normal schedule resumes after that, with the next green waste collection for South Durras on Friday, December 20 and Long Beach and Maloneys Beach on Friday, December 27.
Recycling bins were collected in the alternate week.
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