WestVic Waste operates a state-of-the-art transfer station and waste management facility, open 7 days a week in Warrnambool.
Accepting everything from general rubbish and green waste to construction, demolition, industrial or domestic material and scrap metals.
To reduce waste going to landfill, materials are sorted onsite for recycling.
Our client base ranges from retail and hospitality businesses,
building firms, individuals having a backyard cleanup, to large
commercial waste contracts.
Contact us now for prompt same-day service and professional advice. Reduced rates are available for assorted timber or concrete loads
in larger skips.
Enquire about opening an account for your business.
Building & construction waste / Cardboard / Mattresses
Green waste / eWaste / Household rubbish / Motor oil
Soil and clean fill / Whitegoods / Co-mingled recyclables (yellow top bins),
paper, plastic and glass bottle
Free Accepted Items
Scrap metal / Car batteries / Aluminium cans
Point Pilot Program
WestVic Waste is working with Sustainability Victoria to establish a potential pilot program to support the safe disposal of asbestos at our Hammond Place transfer station. The pilot will trial providing a safe, local disposal option for small quantities of correctly packaged, non-friable (bonded) asbestos waste. Asbestos waste will temporarily be stored on site, in a fit for purpose bin, before being transported to a licensed landfill for final disposal.
We are working through several stages to ensure all the necessary regulatory requirements
are met before the transfer station can start accepting asbestos from customers. This
includes working through planning and environmental approval processes with the relevant
authorities, and ensuring we have the supporting infrastructure and systems in place to
manage asbestos safely.
The need for an Asbestos Disposal Point
Currently, people in the Warrnambool area who want to dispose of asbestos drive to EPA
permitted landfills or transfer stations over an hour away.
Leaving asbestos waste on your property or dumping it in kerbside bins, or public places,
puts you and your community at risk. Dumping of asbestos is illegal and can result in
Trades, asbestos removalists and householders/DIYers will be able to use the site if they
make a booking and strictly follow packaging, transport and onsite disposal requirements.
Disposal fees will apply.