280 Truemans Road
Fingal VIC 3939
Service description: The centre at Rye also accepts commercial quantities of waste.
Ratepayers receive three waste vouchers per annum with your rate notice. These vouchers can be used for free green and hard waste disposal. Vouchers can also be used for the disposal of mattresses and tyres.
Service description: This site is part of the National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme – all households and small businesses can recycle computers and TVs for free at this site.
TVs, Computers & Accessories can be dropped off at the site for free as part of the National Computer and Television Recycling Scheme provided by Reverse e-waste.
Accreditation: MRI Dropzone is a government approved Co-regulatory Arrangements under the National Television & Computer Recycling Scheme (NTCRS).
Fees MAY Apply
Fees apply to the disposal of the following products:
• General household waste
• Garden waste
• Car tyres & mattresses
Asbestos removal to the Rye Tip $80.00 per 1/2 cubic metre
Charges for disposal of fridges/freezers is $15 (gassed or degassed)
What can you do to reduce costs?
Ratepayers receive three waste vouchers per annum with your rate notice. These vouchers can be used for free green and hard waste disposal. Vouchers can also be used for the disposal of mattresses, televisions and tyres.
A number of programs are offered by the Shire that can help to reduce, reuse or recycle waste that may have been destined for landfill. Visit our section on Waste Reduction & Recycling.
NO Pick-up available
Additional information: Recyclable products received for free include:
• White goods (excluding fridges)
• Glass bottles and jars
• Newspaper and cardboard
• Car oil (domestic quantities)
• Car batteries & paint (domestic quantities)
Computer equipment including monitors and televisions
Monday to Friday 8.00am - 4.00pm
Weekends & Public Holidays 8.00am - 5.00pm
(Closed Christmas Day & Good Friday ONLY)
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