FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS (FAQs)

PAKENHAM WASTE TRANSFER CENTRE

Here’s a list of our most frequently asked questions about our waste transfer station.

If you have other questions then let’s talk, call 13 RECYCLING

What types of waste do you accept?

We accept all types of hard rubbish / waste with the exclusion of asbestos, polystyrene and hazardous waste.

What do you recycle?

We recycle green waste, timber and builders’ waste eg. bricks, concrete, dirt etc. We will continue to invest in state of the art equipment to further recover additional recyclables.

Do you accept metal free?

Yes, we accept metal items free of charge. Exclusions apply for gas bottles.

Do you accept oil and paint?

Oil and Paint are accepted, however, a charge per litre does apply for oil. Please contact us via telephone for further details.

Is green waste free of charge?

Unfortunately, due to sorting, labour, and mulching costs charges do apply to the disposal of green waste.

Do you accept cardboard free of charge?

Due to the volatility in the current market and the increased costs of transporting and processing we do currently charge a small fee for cardboard. See our Price List for current pricing on recycling cardboard » click here

How much waste is sent to landfill?

We will always aim to recycle as much as possible in order to reduce the amount of waste going into landfill and as such protecting the environment.

Who are Future Recycling?

Cardinia Waste & Recyclers is now known as Future Recycling Waste Transfer Station. We thank all the many loyal customers who supported the business to grow over the years and endeavour to continue to provide the best service.

How long has Future Recycling been in business?

Future Recycling has been in operation since 2007 and has a background in scrap metal recycling.

How is Future Recycling involved in the local community?

Future Recycling Transfer Station employs local people and supports local schools, kindergartens, charities and clubs with the sale of pre-loved goods recycled within the transfer station. Future Recycling want to ensure that their involvement with the local community is further enhanced in years to come.

What are the safety procedures at the recycling centre?

Future Recycling Transfer Station uses industry best work practices to make it an environmentally responsible, safe and friendly company to deal with for both customers and employees.