380 Ferntree Gully Rd, Notting Hill. Phone: 9518 3767
Open: 7 days a week 7.30am to 4pm.
Closed: Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday, Easter Sunday and Anzac Day before noon.
We are no longer selling mulch at the Monash Waste Transfer and Recycling Station.
Find out more about what can and can't be disposed of at the Monash Waste Transfer and Recycling Station below:
Fees and Charges
We charge by volume for general rubbish, green waste, concrete and soil. Please remove any tarps so the window operator can view the load.
Volume = Length x Width x Height
For example: 6’ x 4’ trailer = 1.8 x 1.2 x 0.45 = 1m3 which equals 1m3 charged for disposal.
We accept EFTPOS.
Transfer station fees and charges (pdf, 421KB)
To save on station fees and charges, refer to this document: Sort it and Save (pdf, 310KB)
Clean green waste and mixed green waste, household goods, white goods, building materials, concrete, domestic LPG gas bottles, x-rays, mobile phones, car batteries, car lubricant oil, cooking oils (up to 20 litres), recyclable items such as glass bottles, plastics, cardboard, and aluminium cans.
You can throw away 30 litres of car oil for free. Any amount over 30 litres costs $2.50 cents per litre.
Residents can drop off household amounts of polystyrene for free for amounts under ½ m3. For larger amounts a fee of $5.50 (residential) and $21.20 (commercial) per ½ m3 applies.
This centre separates recyclable products from non-recyclable products, into garbage and recycling. If you separate your waste yourself you will pay a smaller fee.
Monash Waste Transfer Station can now accept printer cartridges for free. The cartridges are recycled through the Cartridges for Planet Ark program.
We also accept car tyres but there is a charge for them.
The charges range from:
- Car tyres without rim - $7.80 each
- Car tyres with rim - $12.00 each
- Other tyres – by quotation
The tyres are recycled however Council pays a fee for the collection and processing of the tyres.
Materials not accepted
Domestic garbage, chemicals, liquid and hazardous wastes, asbestos, car bodies, auto transmissions, car differential oil , cooking oils (over 20 litres), petrol and fuels.
These all have to go to a chemical drop-off (see below).
Free household chemical drop-off
Sustainability Victoria holds a free household chemical drop-off service each month at different locations across Victoria. This is where you can get rid of all old chemicals and other dangerous substances.
For more information on dates and locations visit Sustainability Victoria or call on the toll-free info-line 1300 363 744.
You can drop unwanted medicines off at your local pharmacy.
- Computers, laptops, printers, fax machines, televisions and computer monitors
- Paper and Cardboard
- Scrap Metal
- Commingled Recycling
- Fluorescent tubes/CFL globes
- Printer cartridges<
- Mobile phones
- X-Ray Films
- Engine Oil (30 litres or less)
- Whitegoods (fees apply for fridges, freezers and air conditioners)
- Cooking Oil (up to 20 litres)
If you're not certain about whether your item can be left at the Waste Transfer Station please call 9518 3767 or 9518 3555.