Waste Recovery Centre

Access to the Waste Recovery Centre is limited during second step restrictions introduced by the Victorian Government. 

Access and opening hours

From 15 October 2020, access is possible during opening hours for customers listed with conditions and restrictions on the type of waste accepted.

Customer  Conditions of acccess  The only waste types accepted during current restrictions

General public 

Waste Recovery Centre is the closest transfer station to your residential address 

  • garden waste
  • organic waste 
  • unmixed food
  • nappies
  • non-clinical medical waste
Business employees

carrying out a permitted activity 

holding a valid Permitted Worker Permit

  • garden waste
  • organic waste
Sole traders

carrying out a permitted activity

holding a valid Permitted Worker Permit

  • garden waste
  • organic waste

Banyule Council account holder/weighbridge customers (commercial waste collection contractors)

holding a valid Permitted Worker Permit 

  •  all

Recyclables drop-off closed until further notice

During second step coronavirus restrictions the Waste Recovery Centre cannot accept  cardboard, construction material, polystyrene, general waste, recyclables, e-waste, batteries, motor oil, rubble, tyres, mattresses, paint, x-ray, gas bottles, fire extinguishers, film under current restrictions.

Residents in Banyule requiring waste disposal can book a hard waste collection (subject to availability). 

Opening hours

Monday to Friday, 7:30am to 3:30pm 

Saturday 7:30am to 12-noon

Sunday 7:30am to 12-noon

Public holidays 7:30am to 12-noon 

Card transactions only.

Location

Corner of Waterdale Road and Banksia Street, Bellfield

Much more than a tip, our Waste Recovery Centre is a place to bring your unwanted items for reuse, recycling or disposal.

Your load should be clean, sorted into groups, and ready to go.

Understand what you can drop off, what we won’t accept, and the restrictions on the size of your load.

Items you can bring to Waste Recovery Centre

At the moment restrictions are in place and you can only dispose of organic waste or garden waste if you live within 25km of the Waste Recovery Centre.

The table lists items that are accepted when no restrictions are in place from the Victorian Government.

Waste item Cost

Glass bottles and jars

Free (household quantities only)

Cans (steel and aluminium)

Free (household quantities only)

Juice and milk cartons

Free (household quantities only)

Plastic containers (code 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7)

Free (household quantities only)

Paper and cardboard

Free (household quantities only): not accepted in trailers, or vans due to space limits to park larger vehicles.

Motor oil (up to 20 litres)

Free

Paint (up to 100 litres - container volume per customer per day in max 20-litre can)

Free

Batteries (household and vehicles)

Free

Gas cylinders (BBQ)

$10 up to 9kg, $15 over 9kg

Fluorescent lights

Free

Car batteries

Free

Fire extinguishers

$15

Household batteries

Free

General waste

$95/m3 or $100 non-resident

Green waste

$75/m3 or $80 non-resident

Rubble

$195/m3

E-waste (National TV and Recycling Scheme): computers, computers monitors, televisions, printers, servers, computer peripherals (mice, joysticks, scanners, webcams, computer components), stereos, video and disc players, power tools, e-tags, game consoles, tablets, mobile phones

Free (household quantities only)

E-waste anything not listed above that has batteries, power cords, circuit boards etc (household quantities only):

Charged as general waste

Fridges and large appliances

$30

Tyres: motorcycle

$5

Tyres: tractors

$65 small/$80 large
Not accepted until further notice

Tyres: car

$5/$10 with rim
Not accepted until further notice

Tyres: 4WD

$10/$15 with rim
Not accepted until further notice

Tyres: trucks

$20/$25 with rim
Not accepted until further notice

Mattresses

$25

 X-ray film Free

Dispose of waste the right way

E-waste

From 1 July 2019 the rules have changed for disposing of e-waste.

Find out what is considered e-waste and how to dispose of it.

Disposing of hazardous items

Household liquid waste or chemicals

We don’t accept chemicals, solvents such as paint thinners, fertilisers, insecticides, gardening chemicals, swimming pool chemicals and cleaning products.

Potentially dangerous household chemicals can be disposed through the Detox Your Home program.

Asbestos

We do not accept asbestos. To find out about its safe disposal, go to asbestos.vic.gov.au.

Contact us

If you need more information about our waste services, please contact Customer Service on 9490 4222 or enquiries@banyule.vic.gov.au