Jindabyne ScrapMart will reopen 10am to 3pm Sunday 20 February 2022.
Cooma ScrapMart will reopen 9.30am to 1.30pm Friday 25 February 2022.
Our ScrapMart buyback facilities reduce the amount of material going to landfill in our region each year, saving locals tipping fees or a drive to the Canberra Revolve Facility.
This program focuses on recycling and reusing materials, and offers scrap items for sale. Items are repaired if required, and in some cases are suitable for spare parts.
DROP OFF YOUR ITEMS
If your items are in a good but used condition, we will waive the tip fees and stock these items to resell to the public.
You can drop off your second hand goods ANYTIME during the week at the Cooma and Jindabyne landfills during opening hours. These buyback facilities are the perfect place to drop off good quality items that are no longer needed or that are being upgraded.
Both facilities accept preloved, working electrical items. These items will be available for sale through the ScrapMart once relevant electrical testing has occurred.
Don't dump it. Recycle it and give it a second chance at ScrapMart!
| Jindabyne Landfill
A 6013 Kosciuszko Road, Jindabyne
P 02 6457 1064
M 0428 411 045
Saturday & Sunday only 10am – 3pm
A 8448 Monaro Highway, Cooma
P 02 6452 1105
Thursday & Friday 9.30am – 1.30pm
Saturday 1pm – 5pm
Residents who dispose of their domestic waste at any of Council's waste facilities will pay the appropriate fees and charges for the waste they dispose of.
Domestic recyclables are those which are generated in the day to day running of a household.
Fee and charges will apply for commercial recycling quantities.
Commercial accounts - Landfills only
Commercial accounts can be arranged and used at Council's Landfills by contacting any Council office.
Download the Facility Account Application Form here.(PDF, 230KB)
Commercial waste materials will not be accepted after 4.00pm at the Cooma or Jindabyne Landfills.
Accepted at all waste facilities.
Recyclable materials include paper, cardboard, plastic and glass containers, aluminium cans, steel cans, waste oil and scrap metal.
Commercial quantities are accepted at all waste facilities incurring a charge. Large quantities are NOT accepted at transfer stations.
Can only be accepted at Jindabyne (small amounts only) and Cooma Landfills by arrangement only, as our workers need to prepare their safety gear and advise on loads. Your cooperation is appreciated.
Accepted at ALL facilities.
Domestic quantities are charged at rates of $13/m3 or $76.00/tonne
Commercial quantities are charged at rates of $15/m3 or $78.00/tonne
Accepted at ALL waste facilities.
The local e-waste stewardship program has ceased in our region, so regrettably we have had to impose a charge for e-waste disposal at all facilities. Transfer stations have a $10.00 per item transport and handling fee. Landfills have a $10.00 per item transport fee.
This fee covers some of the transportation costs to ensure the e-waste is taken to a recycling centre and not going to landfill.
Commercial quantities are accepted at $10.00 per item.
CONSTRUCTION AND DEMOLITION WASTE
Currently mixed builders waste costs $218 per tonne. Separated building waste can be disposed of at Council’s landfills for cheaper rates, or even FREE.
What builders waste can be reprocessed and recycled?
Clean cardboard from all new appliances, furniture and fittings
Bricks, tiles, concrete and rubble
Glass or plastic bottles, paper, cans, including empty/dry paint tins
Doors, Windows, Cabinets, Sinks, and other appliances that are in good working order
Structural Steel and other metal materials including old appliances. (Fridges that are not degassed will incur a disposal charge)