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Resource Recovery Centre

OPENING HOURS 

Tel. 03 6425 5488
Lobster Creek Road, West Ulverstone

Monday to Friday 9am – 5pm
Saturday and Sunday 10am – 5pm

All sites are closed on public holidays.
Substitute closures may be applicable for some public holidays.
Information on closures will be provided in the Latest Council News on this website, on the Council’s Facebook page, and advertised in The Advocate newspaper.

Resale Shop Tip Shop

The Resale Shop is operated by City Mission. You can contact them via phone on 03 6419 4555

The Resale Shop is open everyday between 10am and 4pm, with the exception of most public holidays.

SITE ENTRY FEES AND CHARGES 2024-2025

The Resource Recovery Centre entry fees change annually and are effective from 1 July 2024. There will be a significant increase in the fees for certain loads this year. This is due to an increase in the State Landfill Levy and the resulting cost impact on landfill load.  This is approximately 40 – 50% dependent on the load size.

To ensure this impact is minimised, a tiered fee structure has been introduced on a ‘user pays’ basis. In this way, the cost increase can be reduced by sorting your load to ensure the amount going to landfill is minimised. For example:

Sedan, hatch or station wagon (seats up) 

  • Full recovery load (recycle/reuse) $16 
  • Partial landfill load $20 
  • Full landfill load $25 (Previously $15.00)

Van, ute or single axle trailer

  • Full recovery load (recycle/reuse) $23 
  • Partial landfill load $30 
  • Full landfill load $38 (Previously $22) 

Tandem axle trailer

  • Full recovery load (recycle/reuse) $32 
  • Partial landfill load $51 
  • Full landfill load $71 (Previously $29)

The full fee schedule is now available on the Council website.

Fees & Charges 2024-25

LANDFILL LEVY

The Tasmanian Government landfill levy is a fee on waste that is disposed at landfills after 1 July 2022.  The levy is being introduced to encourage a reduction in waste, with collected money being spent on resource recovery and education about waste.  For most services like household collection and the Lobster Creek Resource Recovery Centre (RRC), this fee is collected by the Council on behalf of the State Government.  To cover the levy from waste disposed of at Country Transfer Stations, the number of provided coupons has been reduced.

For more information on the Landfill Levy, click here. 

Country Transfer Stations

The Council has worked with the rural community to develop systems and strategies to improve the efficiency, effectiveness and sustainability of rural waste services. Click below for more information. 

Country Transfer Stations