From Monday 26 October (Labour Day) your rubbish or recycling will be collected one day later than usual.


Where do I take my excess waste?

There are lots of different things we can all do to minimise waste, and you can find some helpful tips on this site.

You can still take your rubbish and recycling to the Lincoln St Transfer Centre:

60 Lincoln Street, Frankton, Hamilton - find us on location map
07 848 2517
Envirowaste 

Opening hours

Monday to Saturday: 7:30am to 4:30pm
Sunday and Public holidays: 9am to 4pm
Closed: New Year’s Day, Good Friday and Christmas Day

If you're planning on dropping by our transfer station please be aware there may be some delays at peak times.

Current rates 

General refuse

Price

Bag drop off 

$ 5.50

Cars 

$ 19.50

Vans/Utes

$ 48.00

Trailers 

$ 54.50

All vehicles and trucks over 300kgs

$ 205.00

 

 

Green waste

 

Bag drop off

$ 4.00

Cars 

$ 15.00

Vans/Utes 

$ 36.00

Trailers

$ 41.00

All vehicles and trucks over 300kgs

$ 156.00

 

 

Recyclable Products

 

Glass 

free

Plastic 

free

Cans & tins 

free

Cardboard 

free

Paper 

free

Whiteware (e.g. fridges, washing machines etc.)

free

Metal 

free

E-waste 

charged at general rates

Plastic lids (e.g. milk bottle lids or fizzy drink lids)

free

Metal lids (e.g. glass bottle lids or jar lids 

free

   

Batteries

 

Dry cell batteries (e.g. AAA batteries and lithium batteries)

 free
Lead-acid batteries (e.g. car batteries)  free
   
   
Hazardous waste

There are a lot of products that are used around the home that are classed as hazardous substances. A hazardous substance is generally defined as any substance that is explosive, flammable, corrosive or toxic. These products need to be stored, used and disposed of correctly, otherwise they can potentially harm your health and the environment. Common household products that may include hazardous substances are:

  • cleaning fluids – bleaching agents, oven and drain cleaners
  • solvents – mineral turpentine, methylated spirits, paint thinners
  • adhesives – especially those containing solvents
  • garden chemicals – herbicides, fungicides and insecticides
  • pool chemicals
  • dyes – textile and hair dyes
  • stored fuels – petrol, LPG, diesel and oil
  • old gas cylinders
  • car batteries and antifreeze
  • aerosols.

Disposing of hazardous substance

  • If you have unwanted household hazardous substances you may be able to dispose of it at the Transfer Station on Lincoln Street. 
  • check the original container for instructions on how to dispose of the substance safety.
  • don't pour unwanted chemicals down the sink, storm water drain or onto the ground.