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Hard Waste Collection

Please note that Council's Hard Waste Collection service may be suspended if restrictions or conditions regarding COVID-19 change.

Each residential property with a Council-provided kerbside garbage service is entitled to one Hard Waste Collection of up to two cubic metres of items each financial year.

Make a booking by calling Wonthaggi Recyclers on (03) 5672 1933. The standard service fee is $65 including GST or $36 for Pension and Health Care Card Holders.

Things to Consider
  • Collections can be made for any time of year; however there are limited collection days available in January.
  • A maximum of two (2) mattresses can be picked up for an additional fee.
    • Mattress Recycling Fee: Single Bed - $10 each; Double Bed or larger - $20 each
    • Note: Foam-only mattresses can be collected as a routine hard waste item within the two cubic metre allowance.
  • Where possible, hard waste items should stay inside your property boundary for collection (for example, in your front yard). If it is necessary to have your hard waste collected from a nature strip, the items must not be placed on the nature strip earlier than 48 hours before the agreed collection date.
  • If the load exceeds two cubic meters, the excess items will not be collected.
What Can Be Collected
  • Furniture (such as couches, bed frames, chairs, tables, desks and office cabinets)
  • Whitegoods and appliances (such as refrigerators, ovens and stoves, washing machines, dishwashers and small appliances)
  • Tools, mowers, car parts, scrap metal (such as old barbecues, fencing wire, metal rods and poles and empty clean paint tins with lids off)
  • Children’s toys, kitchenware and most common household items
  • Timber pieces less than 1.8 metres in length (nails must be removed or flattened)
What Can't Be Collected
  • Garden waste or bagged household rubbish
  • Glass (such as TVs and computer monitors, glass table tops and old windows)
  • Car batteries, gas bottles, fire extinguishers, chemicals, asbestos and tyres
  • Concrete pieces, building and renovation rubble, ashes, and dust
  • liquid waste and items containing liquid (such as motor oil and oil heaters)
  • items longer than 1.8 metres in length or single items weighing over 25 kgs that can't be easily lifted by two people.