Good condition items
If you have unwanted items sitting at home, you can give them a second life and drop them off at the Waste Transfer Station. Our staff will assess the quality and safety of the items and decide whether they can be sold at the market. Items deemed unfit for sale must be removed or a fee may incur.
The collected items will be sold at the Reuse Market, our bi-monthly event aimed at reducing waste and promoting second-hand shopping.
E-waste for Sam's Spares
Residents can donate e-waste to Sam’s Spares – a charity run by Sam, an 18-year-old Autistic man with Tourette Syndrome, who saves unwanted e-waste from landfill by repairing and rebuilding them. Note that a fee applies for non-residents.
To help Sam collect e-waste, we’ve added a new collection point at the Waste Transfer Station. Sam accepts laptops, desktop computers, monitors, keyboards and mice, mobile phones, tablets, games systems and/or accessories, laptop power cables and computer parts.