Please note: Although refuse and recycling facilities remain open, Council is urging all residents to avoid or reduce visits to comply with the latest COVID-19 advice from the Australian Government.
New social distancing and safety requirements at waste facilities will result in delays and limit how many people can access the site at any one time.
Ipswich City Council is moving to protect employees by adopting cashless payments. Refuse and recycling centres at Riverview and Rosewood are both equipped to accept EFTPOS payments and patrons are being asked to use card.
Ipswich Waste Services operates two refuse and recycling centres for the disposal of general waste and a range of recyclable materials.
|Recycling & Refuse Centre||Address||Opening Hours|
|Riverview Recycling & Refuse Centre|
81 Riverview Road,
8.00 am - 5.00 pm
|Rosewood Recycling & Refuse Centre|
94 Oakleigh Colliery
8.00 am - 5.00 pm
Note: only domestic household waste is accepted at this facility - commercial or business waste is not accepted.
The charges for each centre are as follows:
At Riverview Recycling and Refuse Centre the minimum charge for disposal of general waste by a resident of Ipswich City is $12.00 for up to 500 kilograms. Any quantity of waste in excess of 500 kilograms is charged at $0.20 per kilogram.
At Rosewood Recycling and Refuse Centre the minimum charge for disposal of general waste by a resident of Ipswich is $12.00 for the first two cubic metres. Any waste in excess of two cubic metres is charged at $70 per cubic metre or part thereof.
Also please note that approved recyclable items may be deposited at no cost provided that there is no waste material in the load.
At both Riverview and Rosewood Recycling and Refuse Centres there are designated areas provided for recycling of:
The Riverview Recycling and Refuse Centre also accepts the following materials for recycling:
For everyone's safety, all users of the facilities must agree to:
Refer to Riverview Recycling and Refuse Centre Factsheet (PDF, 210.7 KB) for more information.
For more information contact council on (07) 3810 6666 or email email@example.com
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