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waste / recycling

By bringing your materials to the Mornington Park Waste Transfer Station you will be supporting waste minimisation and a reduction of waste to landfill through the reprocessing and recycling of materials.

The following are just some of the materials reprocessed on site:

  • Brick & Concrete Rubble
  • Building and Demolition materials
  • Green waste
  • Clean fill
  • Timber

In purchasing items at the Second Chance Re-Use Shop you are helping reduce the amount of waste that is destined for landfill.


Recyclable / Recoverable Materials Accepted

  Batteries  lead acid only

Batteries lead acid only

  Clean Fill & soil

Clean Fill & soil

  CONCRETE, BRICKS, RUBBLE & ROCKS

CONCRETE, BRICKS, RUBBLE & ROCKS

  drumMUSTER containers

drumMUSTER containers

  electrical items  e.g. radio etc

electrical items e.g. radio etc

  E-Waste

E-Waste

  Engine Oils only

Engine Oils only

  gas bottles

gas bottles

  Green waste  e.g. as lawn, tree and plant clippings, (clean – free of rubbish)

Green waste e.g. as lawn, tree and plant clippings, (clean – free of rubbish)

  Mattresses

Mattresses

  Metals  ferrous and non-ferrous

Metals ferrous and non-ferrous

  Tyres

Tyres

  paint

paint

  Timber waste

Timber waste

  Plaster  

Plaster 

  whitegoods

whitegoods

  Plumbing items

Plumbing items

  Recyclables  including aluminium & steel cans, cardboard, paper, plastics and glass

Recyclables including aluminium & steel cans, cardboard, paper, plastics and glass


waste types accepted

  general waste - household waste

general waste - household waste

  demolition waste

demolition waste

 

Waste Types Excluded

  Asbestos

Asbestos

  Medical waste

Medical waste

  Controlled waste  e.g. contaminated soil

Controlled waste e.g. contaminated soil

  Fuels  e.g. petrol, diesel

Fuels e.g. petrol, diesel

  Household or farm chemicals

Household or farm chemicals

  Liquid waste   e.g. septic sludge

Liquid waste 
e.g. septic sludge

 

 
Weighbridge Prices - Revised Nov 2017.PNG