Hard Rubbish Collection
We currently provide one free annual hard waste collection of 2 cubic metres per Frankston City household each financial year.
Residents can also book additional paid hard waste collections at any time of year.
Find your Hard Waste dates for 2019
The 2018-2019 financial year collection will commence in late April.
Hard Waste Frequently Asked Questions
Hard Waste Dates
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Residents will receive notification and collection instructions in their letterbox approximately two weeks prior to their collection date.
Residents are reminded that putting out hard waste prior to their scheduled collection is considered illegal dumping, and Council will take the necessary actions, including prosecution or issuing fines.
Book an additional hard waste collection
Residents can book an additional paid hard waste collection of 2 cubic metres at any time of year.
Booked hard waste collections are only done on Mondays and must be booked at least 2 weeks in advance.
- Hard waste – furniture including mattresses and bed bases, clothing, lawn mowers, hot water systems, electrical items and timber
- Scrap metal, whitegoods, DVD players, computers, TVs – you can drop these items off at FRRRC for free
- Bundled green waste
- No tyres, wheels or car batteries
- No renovation, building or demolition materials, fencing, rubble, soil, bricks or concrete
- No dangerous goods (e.g. paints, oils, poisons or pool chemicals)
- No hazardous waste (e.g. asbestos, cement sheeting or sharps)
- No gas bottles, fuel tanks or water tanks
- No unwrapped glass
- No household garbage
- No recyclables suitable for household recycling bins
- No untied green waste or green waste in plastic bags
- No waste from industrial and commercial premises and businesses operated from home
Other disposal options
If your unwanted household items are reusable and in good condition, please consider donating to local charities.
Residents can also take hard waste, green waste and recyclables to the Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre (FRRRC) year-round, with many items accepted for free.
For other disposal options, see our A - Z Waste and Recycling Directory.
Frankston City Council
30 Davey Street
P. 1300 322 322
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