Waste Management

The Shire is responsible for the overall management of rubbish collection and the local rubbish tip. The Shire encourages businesses and residents to recycle wherever possible.

Rubbish Collection Days

Rubbish collection days in the Shire of Moora
Monday Commercial and public street bins
Tuesday Moora Residential
Wednesday Commercial and public street bins
Thursday Recycling - Fortnightly alternating:
North Side Moora and other towns
South Side
Friday Commercial and public street bins
Other towns

Rubbish Tip

The Moora rubbish tip is manned by a tip controller. People disposing of rubbish at the tip will be required to present a tip ticket to access the tip.

Tip tickets are available to be purchased from the Shire of Moora Office amd Gull Service Station.

Each tip ticket will allow the disposal of one cubic metre or part thereof of any type of waste, apart from hazardous waste such as asbestos, and will need to be given to the tip controller manning the site.

If you have over 1 cubic metre of waste then you will need the requisite number of tickets ie. 10 cubic metres of waste will require 10 tip tickets to be presented and so on.

Recyclables and green waste can be disposed of free of charge at the tip.

Fees

2015/2016 Moora rubbish tip fees
Tip Fee - General Waste $22.20/cubic metre
Tip Fee - Commercial Waste $22.20/cubic metre
Recyclables FREE
Green Waste FREE
Car body to tip by council $17.10
Car body to tip by individual $25.30
Tyre Disposal Tyres are no longer accepted at the Moora landfill site
Burial of Asbestos (must be wrapped in plastic) Every 5 sheets at 2m (approx 1 tonne), min of $141.90

 

Opening Hours

Moora rubbish tip open hours
Monday - Tuesday CLOSED
Wednesday - Friday 2pm - 6pm
Saturday - Sunday 9am - 6pm

The tip will be closed on Christmas Day.

Recycling

Aluminium cans and paper - Moora Tip.

Second-hand clothing - Donation bins are located at Ampol Service Station at the corner of Gardiner and Clinch Streets.

DrumMuster

There is a DrumMuster recycling program to remove farm chemical drums from the environment. This usually occurs in March and September. Dates are advertised in advanced. Clean drums can be delivered to Moora or Watheroo. Bookings can be made by contacting the Shire office on 9651 0000.

DrumMuster is a program set up to collect cleaned chemical drums for processing to enable reuse of the materials the drums are made from. More Information on this program including what drums are elligible and the cleaniness standard required can be found on www.drummuster.com.au.