Drysdale Resource Recovery Centre

Our Drysdale Resource Recovery Centre and Transfer Station can accept a wide variety of items including TVs, old computer equipment, white goods and building materials.


Operating hours 8:00am - 4:15pm
Location Becks Road (off Murradoc Road in Drysdale)
Closed Christmas Day, New Year's Day and Good Friday
Contact number 03 5251 2935


Fees

Waste Disposal
From 1 July 2016
Car Boot
$21.00
Vans (per cubic metre)
$54.00
Waterline
Utilities
$41.50
Single axle trailers (waterline)
$41.50
Tandem Trailers (waterline) ... (minimum)
$54.00
Heaped
Utilities (heaped)
$54.00
Single axle trailers (heaped) … (minimum
$54.00
Tandem Trailers (heaped) … (minimum)
$108.00
Caged
Single axle trailers (caged) up to 1.5 cubic metres
$81.00
Tandem Trailers caged up to 3.0 cubic metre
$162.00
Caged heaped
Single axle trailers (caged heaped) up to 2 cubic metres
$108.00
Tandem Trailers (caged heaped)up to 4 cubic metres
$216.00
 
Each
Tyres:
Car tyres
$10.00
Car tyres on rims
$11.00
Truck tyres
$34.00
Mattresses (any size)
$22.50
Note:
All fees are GST inclusive
EFTPOS facilities are available
 
Recycling (sorted) - No charge for domestic quantities of:
•  Clean Cardboard and paper (0.5 cubic metre maximum)
•  Refrigerators/pressed metal goods
•  Aluminium and steel cans
•  Milk and juice cartons (liquid paper board)
•  Plastic, milk, juice and soft drink bottles
•  BBQ gas cylinders
•  Oil/containers
•  Car batteries
•  Scrap Metal
•  Glass bottles and jars
 
Also free of charge:
•  Computer items
•  Hot water services
•  Televisions
•  Rigid plastic containers
•  Tools
•  White goods – fridges, ovens, dryers, dishwashers etc
 
Visit the Geelong Resource Recovery Centre to drop off these items for free:
•  polystyrene
•  paint and paint tins
•  fluorescent tubes
•  gas bottles over 9Kg
•  household and car batteries

Please note

  • Paint, hazardous liquid or chemical waste is not accepted at Drysdale Landfill and Resource Recovery Centre.


Household chemical collection

The next chemical drop off day in the Geelong region will be on Saturday 11 February 2017.


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Print Page last updated: Saturday, 28 January 2017