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Beverley Recycling and Waste Centre

Beverley Recycling and Waste Centre

2-6 Toogood Avenue, Beverley SA 5009
8408 1350

Opening Hours

Monday - Saturday 8am to 4pm
Sunday 8am to 1pm
Closed on public holidays
Closed Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 December 2020.

Find the Beverley Recycling and Waste Centre

The Beverley Recycling & Waste Centre was redeveloped in 2018. It complies with Environment Protection Authority (EPA) and Work Health & Safety requirements.

The new waste centre has a disposal area and a Sort 'n Save recycling process. It's got improved customer service and site safety. You can visit with a car load, trailer load or boot load of waste, recycling and organics.


See the Beverley Waste & Recycling Centre rates and fees.

Minimum charges will apply. These prices include GST and the $143 per tonne EPA Solid Waste Levy. EFTPOS facilities are available.

What we accept:

  • cardboard
  • tyres
  • steel
  • mattresses
  • oils
  • car batteries
  • fluorescent tubes
  • e-waste (TVs and computers)

We also accept:

General waste

This includes the solid component of commercial, industrial, government, public or household waste.

Green Waste

Includes waste from domestic and commercial premises and government/council operations. Segregated, untreated timber can be processed as green waste.

Clean Brick/Soil

Must include these materials only. No green organics, timber, building materials, rubble or concrete, etc.


Includes unwanted paint and packaging from both trade and DIY painters. Up to 100 litres per vehicle, per visit, secured in containers of 20 litres or less at no charge.

The Beverley Recycling & Waste Centre is now a free Paintback collection point for unwanted paint. Paintback diverts paint from landfill. It recycles steel and plastic packaging, with solvent paint used to replace fossil fuels and water in latex paint re-used in industrial processes. See Paintback's list of eligible products.

What we do not accept:

  • gas bottles
  • cement sheeting
  • vinyl flooring
  • asbestos
  • flammable/hazardous liquids

For more information, visit Household Hazardous Waste Depot.