2013 social enterprise award winner
Our Management Our Team Our History Gallery
Great Lakes sites managed Reuse & Recycling Initiatives Landfill Design, Management and Rehabilitation Bush Regeneration Team Hours of Operation Frequently Asked Questions
GreenShop & Restored Furniture Wallis Lake Men's Shed The Green Community Garden GreenBikes Volunteering
Media
Resource Recovery - Waste Management And Recycling Transfer Knowledge Transform Waste
HOME ABOUT US WASTE MANAGEMENT SITES & SERVICES COMMUNITY IN THE NEWS CONTACT US

Frequently Asked Questions

What are your opening hours?

Do you work for Great Lakes Council?

Where does the Tip Shop money go?

Where does the money from the tipping fees go?

Do you run tours?

Do you provide any training at the tip?

What items can I recycle?

What is regarded as unacceptable waste?

What can I do with unacceptable waste?

What can I do with liquid (trade) waste?

Can I recycle my old computer or electronics?





Do you work for Great Lakes Council?
No, we are a branch of Great Lakes Community Resources. We are contractors to Great Lakes Council.


Where does the Tip Shop money go?
The money made goes back into the company and helps pay for wages etc.


Where does the money from the tipping fees go?
All tipping fees go to Great Lakes Council and help with the maintenance and running of the landfill.


Do you run tours?
Yes. We can conduct tours. These can be organised through Resource Recovery Australia on 6555 8922.


Do you provide any training at the tip?
Yes, we provide accredited traineeships in Transport and Warehousing and Waste Management, and provide training for operation of excavators, loaders, forklifts and heavy vehicles.


What items can I recycle?
Click here to see what items can and can't be recycled
Filesize: 1,244Kb


What is regarded as unacceptable waste?
Click here to see what is classified as unacceptable waste
Filesize: 106Kb


What can I do with unacceptable waste?
Please phone Great Lakes Council on (02) 6591 7222 to discuss.


What can I do with liquid (trade) waste?
Please phone Great Lakes Council on (02) 6591 7222 to discuss.


Can I recycle my old computer or electronics?
Yes. Obsolete electronics contain precious metals, plastics, and glass. They can be repaired, reused and recycled.