Waste management facilities (rubbish tips)

We operate 23 waste facilities and one tip shop. Learn about materials that can be taken to each facility below.

Man emptying greenwaste from trailer
We operate 23 waste facilities. Some facilities only accept waste from household sources (Green waste). At sites where commercial waste is accepted, there may be restrictions to the type of waste accepted; such as tyres, gas bottles and liquid waste including chemicals and oil. Commercial operators ...
PIN access machine (illustration only)
Key access facility The Emu Creek facility is locked and accessible by local residents to dispose of domestic waste. This facility can't accept waste from commercial premises or commercial operations. Only one key will be issued per residential property. Keys for this facility are ...
We operate several tip shops (Reviva Re-Use Shop and Trash & Treasure) which sell quality used, recycled and second-hand products. Donations of saleable goods are welcome at all tip shops.   Reviva Re-use Shop Located at the Greater Toowoomba Waste Management Facility, the ...
Mulch is offered free to all ratepayers in the region at many of the waste facilities. It is available for domestic users only. Green waste that is disposed of at any waste facility is stockpiled, processed on a regular basis and made available for collection ...
The Queensland Government is introducing a levy on waste going to landfill from 1 July 2019 to encourage increased recycling and resource recovery and to reduce the amount of waste to going landfill. The levy will commence at $75 per tonne ...
When you're packing your vehicle and/or trailer for a trip to your local waste facility, group similar materials together. By taking a little extra time to sort your load before you leave home, you can save yourself plenty of time when ...
Domestic waste Domestic waste is waste that is generated as a result of the ordinary day-to-day use of a domestic premise and is either: taken from the premises by or on behalf of the occupier who generated the waste; without consideration (e.g. payment, reward or ...
Ashes and other burnt material Your local waste facility is in danger of catching on fire and causing considerable damage if you dispose of ash that is not completely cold before you dispose of it. And, warm ash is not compatible with ...
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