If you are clearing out clutter at home, in the garden or the workplace, you can take most of your recyclables, hard waste, green waste and more to the Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre (FRRRC).
Many items are accepted at no charge or for a low cost, with most customers spending an average of $30 a visit.
More than half of items taken to FRRRC are recycled, which helps reduce landfill.
The centre is proving very popular with residents and businesses who are pleasantly surprised by its affordability. The site is also clean and easy to use with wide sealed roadways helping support safety.
Tradies are also welcome, with all types of builders’ rubble accepted, including timber, bricks, concrete and green waste. Paint and paint tins are among the long list of items accepted free of charge at FRRRC, which also takes e-waste, TVs, whitegoods, cardboard and scrap metal.
However, FRRRC is not a landfill site and does not accept food, liquids or hazardous waste.
Sort your load and save before you arrive, making it easier to identify what’s recyclable so you can save even more money at the gate.
Don’t risk a hefty fine by cluttering up your nature strip. Take your clutter to FRRRC. It’s open seven days from 8am–4pm at 20 Harold Rd (off Ballarto Rd) in Skye.
For details on accepted items, including a full list of what’s accepted free of charge, visit FRRRC.com.au or phone 1300 322 322.