Waste & recycling

Waste & recycling

Rethink your waste.

Residential waste services

The Waste and Recycling Department provide an assortment of services to assist the community in diverting waste from landfill.

Commercial waste

How much is waste costing your business?

Hard waste collection

Council residents can pre-book up to two hard waste collections per household each calendar year.To book a Hard Waste collection please telephone Cleanaway on 9729 9100Important: Residents must advise if mattresses, green waste or tyres will be placed out for collection at time of booking.Cleanaway will allocate you a week for your hard waste to be collected.If you call Cleanaway by 5pm on Monday, Tuesday or Wednesday, then your hard waste will be collected during the following week.If you call Cleanaway by 5pm on Thursday or Friday, then your hard waste will be collected in two weeks’ time.

Where can I dispose of?

A list of places to legally dispose of waste materials, including assorted metal and steel, batteries, builder's rubble, cable drum recycling, cars, chemicals, dirt and soil, e-waste, gas bottles, mattresses and much more.

Waste management requirements for developments

The City of Casey can provide Waste Management Guidelines for property developments within this area

Landfill information

Contact information relating to closed and active landfill sites within and in close proximity to the municipal boundary. For tipping fee and operating hours please contact the landfill operator directly as this information is subject to change by the operator.

Litter in Casey

Have you noticed someone dumping litter, either into a stormwater drain, on a roadside, park or elsewhere within the City of Casey?

Waste transfer stations

The City of Casey is reminding residents that the Cemetery Road Transfer Station in Cranbourne has closed permanently.All non-recyclable materials and hard waste should be taken to an alternate facility.

Detox your home

Detox your home

These free services enable householders to dispose of potentially dangerous household chemicals and a number of targeted products (paint, household batteries and compact florescent lights) safely and easily without harming human health or the environment. The services, administered by Sustainability Victoria, are delivered in partnership with local governments and funded by the Victorian landfill levy.