The City of Canning Waste Transfer Station allows for quick and easy disposal of materials from cars or trailers on a user pays basis, with residents receiving discounted fees.

What Waste is Accepted

The Waste Transfer Station can take waste from both residents and the commercial sector. A variety of waste materials are accepted:

  • Asbestos
  • Cardboard
  • Clean inert construction waste
  • Electronic waste
  • Green waste
  • Household hazardous waste
  • Mattresses
  • Mixed waste
  • Motor oil
  • Polystyrene
  • Steel/scrap metal
  • Tyres

For fees and requirements, see related tab below.

* Note that we don’t accept car gas cylinders unless they are degassed and punctured twice to depressurize them.

Location

81 Ranford Rd, Canning Vale 

  

Opening Hours

8am-4:30pm 7 days a week

Vehicle entry to the site closes at 4.15pm

Closed Christmas Day, New Year's Day, and Good Friday.

Contact Details

Phone: 1300 422 664

Please note that access of Ranford Road is closed to the public until mid-2023. The new entrance point is from Wilfred Road and along Livingston Drive. See detour map in 'How to access the Transfer Station' section below. 

Type of accepted waste Fee for City of Canning residents Fee for non-City of Canning residents Notes 
Asbestos $10.20 per sheet of super-six or the equivalent (maximum of eight (8) sheets) Not accepted Must be wrapped as per statutory requirements (wrapping the sheets individually is recommended for ease of unloading from vehicle). Residents are responsible for unloading asbestos from their vehicle.
Cardboard Free Free Domestic quantities only.
Clean inert construction waste (Includes sand, bricks, concrete and rubble only. No gyprock or timber)
  • Loads to a maximum of 200kg: $20.39
  • Loads between 201kg to 400kg (Standard) $35.71
  • Loads between 201kg to 400kg (Pensioner Entitlement Card discount - proof required): $32.64
  • Loads exceeding 400kg will be charged pro rata at a rate of $72.31 per tonne (minimum charge of $35)
*Residential waste only. Proof of residence required
  • Loads to a maximum of 200kg: $25.50
  • Loads between 201 kg to 400kg: $44.88
  • Loads exceeding 400kg will be charged pro rata at a rate of $91.81 per tonne (minimum charge of $44)
*Commercial and non-City of Canning residents accepted
 
Inert materials taken through the transfer station is separated into metal and building construction materials such as rubble, bricks, concrete and sand. Metal and building construction materials are recycled, reducing the amount of waste going to landfill.
 
E-Waste (electronic waste) Free Fee of $10 up to 20kg E-waste such as televisions, computers, computer parts and equipment, printers, and mobile phones are accepted.
Green waste
  • Loads up to a maximum of 300kg: $20
  • Loads exceeding 300kg will be charged pro rata at a rate of $42 per tonne (minimum charge $20)
*Residential waste only. Proof of residence required.
  • Loads up to a maximum of 300kg: $48
  • Loads exceeding 300kg will be charged pro rata at a rate of $80 per tonne (minimum charge $48)
*Commercial and non-City of Canning residents accepted
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Mattresses
  • Mattress: Both coil spring and/or foam: $24.49
  • Ensemble or mattress base: $24.49
  • Mattress: Both coil spring and/or foam: $24.49
  • Ensemble or mattress base: $24.49
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Mixed waste
  • Single item, maximum weight 20kg: $20
  • Loads to a maximum of 200kg: $55
  • Loads between 201kg to 400kg (Standard): $100
  • Loads between 201kg to 400kg (Pensioner Entitlement Card discount – proof required): $82.01
  • Loads exceeding 400kg will be charged pro rata at a rate of $219.30 per tonne (minimum charge of $100)
*Residential waste only. Proof of residence required.
  • Single item, maximum weight 20kg: $20
  • Loads to a maximum of 200kg: $65
  • Loads between 201kg to 400kg: $120
  • Loads exceeding 400 kg will be charged pro rata at a rate of $245 per tonne (minimum charge of $120)
*Commercial and non-City of Canning residents accepted
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Motor oil Up to 20L: free Up to 20L: free Maximum of 20L per household or business per day.
Polystyrene Free Free White packaging blocks only. Domestic quantities only.
Steel/scrap metal Free Free Compressors and gas cylinders cannot be disposed of as scrap steel unless they are degassed, have the valves removed and punctured to indicate their safe status for recycling. Portable LPG/Propane/Butane cylinders are accepted via the Household Hazardous Waste Program.  
Tyres
  • Passenger Car Tyre (<18"): $3.69
  • Passenger Tyre on Rim (<18"): $11.77
  • Light Truck Tyre – 4x4, >18" - 21" or Bobcat: $7.37
  • Light Truck Tyre on Rim – 4x4, >18" - 21" or Bobcat: $23.49
  • Truck Tyre: $19.20
  • Truck Tyre on Rim: $61.11
  • Super Single Tyre: $24.49
  • Super Single Tyre - On Rim: $97.30
  • Forklift Tyre (Pneumatic): $16.32
  • Forklift Tyre (Solid): $18.36
Maximum of 5 per household or business.

































 

The Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) Program provides funding for the collection and appropriate disposal of HHW collected at the Waste Transfer Station. The public can drop off their unwanted HHW for free, even if they are not a resident of the area.

Accepted materials through the HHW Program:
  • acids and alkalis
  • aerosols
  • batteries (household)
  • engine coolants and glycols
  • fire extinguishers; non-halon (red) only
  • flammables
  • flares
  • fluorescent lamps and tubes (CLFs)
  • gas cylinders (small household 9kg)
  • household chemicals (e.g. cleaners)
  • paint
  • pesticides/herbicides
  • poisons/toxics
  • pool chemicals
  • smoke detectors

Unknown chemicals are accepted but must be in sealed chemical resistant containers.

The program can only accept domestic quantities of materials (no larger than 20kg/20L per material type per vehicle per day and 100L of paint per vehicle per day).

Soda stream/soda swap/soda king cylinders are not accepted through the HHW Program. To find out more about returning these items, visit this website

Click here to download the State Government's Household Hazardous Waste Program Flyer, which details other sites where you can drop off HHW.
 

From Saturday 6 February 2021, access to our Waste Transfer Station has changed.

This is to allow for work on the new Ranford Road train station, part of METRONET’s Thornlie Cockburn Link project.
Access of Ranford Road is closed to the public until mid-2023. The new entrance point is from Wilfred Road and along Livingston Drive. 
We remain open throughout the work period. Our opening hours are from 8am to 4.30pm, seven days a week (excluding Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday). See the map below for the detour route. 

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