Millar Road Landfill and Recycling Facility
Millar Road Landfill Facility
Open 7 days, from 7.30am - 4pm (except Good Friday and Christmas Day)
Phone: 9528 8550 (phone is manned Monday to Friday from 8am to 4.30pm)
The Millar Road Landfill Facility is located at Millar Road West, Baldivis. See map below for directions.
Residential Barcoded Tip Passes
City of Rockingham ratepayers receive tip passes for the facility each year on their rates notice, allowing four free "multi-purpose" entries per household. Each entry pass is for up to 1.5m3 and can be used for either general or green waste.
The Tip Pass Barcode is located on the bottom of the original rates notice in a detachable section. The 2017/2018 barcodes are highlighted in light blue. These expire on 31 July 2018.
Landfill Fees and Documents
Millar Road Recycling Facility
The recycling yard is open to the public and recyclable material in residential quantities can be dropped off free of charge, depending on the types and condition of the material. Only items deemed acceptable by landfill staff will be received in the recycling yard free of charge. All other rubbish may incur a fee.
To assist the City of Rockingham in reducing waste to landfill and increasing recycling, please separate all recycling from general waste loads before coming to the landfill. Recyclables are unloaded first.
The following items are accepted free of charge (subject to the acceptance of landfill staff):
- cardboard - compacted (compactor available on site)
- polystyrene, excluding seedling drainage squares - compacted (compactor available on site)
- clear film and bubble wrap plastics - compacted (compactor available on site)
- gas bottles, car batteries and motor oil (max 20 litres)
- all scrap metal, including fridges, washing machines and microwaves
- other items accepted at landfill staff discretion.
Prunings brought to the green waste area by residents and the verge collections are recycled on-site at the landfill. The shredded green waste (mulch) is available free to the public, however residents are responsible for loading it themselves. Contact Waste Services on 9528 8550 to check availability of the shredded green waste (mulch).
Household chemicals and paints can be disposed of through the Hazardous Household Waste program or Paintback paint recycling program. Please see the Hazardous Substances page for more information.
Commercial operators can visit the Contaminated Waste page for information on disposal of this waste at the Millar Road Landfill.
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