Waste Depots

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Killarney Drive, Gilmore

Closed Christmas Day, New Year’s Day, Anzac Day and Good Friday and other public holidays. 

January to December
Tuesday 1.00pm - 5.00pm
Thursday 1.00pm - 5.00pm
Saturday 9.00am - 4.00pm
Sunday 12noon - 4.00pm

To see an overview of what services are available at this Depot click here

 

Tumut Re-Use Shop

 You can now take your old, but reusable items to the Re-Use Shop at Tumut Waste Centre, Gilmore. Goods dropped off at the Re-Use Shop will be cleaned and sold through the shop. Not only a great way for you to clean up, but you may also find yourself quite the bargain! 

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Tumut Buy Back Centre

A new buy back centre will commence operation on the 1st of December 2017 in Tumut.   More information to come.

Eligible empty containers will be bought back by local Councils for 10 cents each. A large component of the containers put into recycling bins will soon be worth cold hard cash! Check the container's product label for scheme eligibility.  

 

 

 

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Fees & Charges

While residents are able to drop off recycling to depots at no charge, there may be fees charged for other types of rubbish and this may vary by location. Materials that are destined for landfiling attract a charge that is designed to cover the costs of dealing with the material.

Please note: Council accepts payment by cash only.  Frequent users may request an account; approval will be at Council's discretion.

Gate Waste Fees and Charges(PDF, 61KB)

 

Free Waste Disposal Weekends

Throughout the year, Council hosts Free Waste Disposal Weekends for residents.The free weekends occur four times a year in the Tumut area and twice a year in the Tumbarumba area - find out more here 

 

Asbestos

Please Note: Asbestos disposal is not accepted within the Snowy Valleys Council area

For more information on dealing with Asbestos click here

Illegal Dumping

If you become aware of illegal waste dumping, please help us protect our beautiful Snowy Valleys environment by reporting the matter confidentially to Council.  Dumpers are being caught and fined thanks to the information provided by responsible residents.  

Severe fines are applied to those who dump waste or use informal sites for rubbish disposal (often exceeding $4,000). When fines are added to clean up costs, that are also imposed, the real cost of illegal dumping is many times higher than the cost of doing the right thing in the first place.