A number of waste types are accepted and recycled at Council’s waste facilities, including the following.
Please check the waste facility details to determine where the different waste types can be disposed of or recycled and the fees & charges (PDF 110.5KB)for their costs.
General domestic waste can be disposed of at all waste facilities.
Garden waste such as tree branches and grass clippings can be accepted in green waste stockpiles at waste facilities.
In addition, some sites have a timber waste stockpile, in which timber pallets, old timber furniture and other timber items can be disposed of in. At some facilities, these stockpiles are mulched and the mulch is available for sale.
Any scrap metal items, including such things as car bodies, washing machines, and wire, can be disposed of in the scrap metal stockpiles, free of charge.
Construction and demolition (C&D) waste
Separated construction and demolition waste, including concrete, pavers, tiles and porcelain can de disposed of in the C&D waste stockpiles. These stockpiles are crushed, and the crushed concrete is available for sale, for example to use in drainage or road base
E-waste such as computers, computer accessories and parts, and TVs can be recycled at the following facilities:
For more information on E-waste, please see the below fact sheet:
Hazardous wastes fall into the following categories:
- Flammable liquids / solids
- Poisonous (Poisons)
- Ecotoxic (harmful to the environment)
- Infectious substances
These include the following:
- Chemical drums
- Grease traps
- Engine oil
These hazardous substances can be disposed safely at specific Council's waste facilities.
For more details on where you can dispose of hazardous waste, please see the below fact sheet:
T-tape can be recycled at the Stanthorpe Waste Management Facility. For further information on this recycling program see the fact sheet (PDF 260.2KB).
In addition, Council participates in the national product stewardship programs, drumMUSTER and ChemClear, for the disposal of empty chemical drums and unwanted agricultural and veterinary (agvet) chemicals.
All types of tyres are accepted at certain waste facilities.