Visiting FRRRC

Frankston City Council will undertake road widening works along Harold Road, Skye, in front of the Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre (FRRRC) to improve overall road safety, particularly for vehicles entering and exiting the facility. Works are scheduled for late October to end of January 2023 (weather permitting) and are being funded through the Federal Government’s Roads to Recovery Program.

The FRRRC will remain OPEN to the public 7 days a week per usual, however delays should be expected when accessing the facility. Please allow extra time when visiting the FRRRC and follow the instructions of traffic controllers. The neighbouring Transfer Station (Outlook Hampton Park) also has restricted access. 

For further information, please visit Council’s website or phone 1300 322 322.

Frankston Regional Recycling and Recovery Centre (FRRRC) accepts a wide range of waste and recycling materials, with many items accepted free of charge or at low cost. The Centre is open 7 days a week to residents, non-residents and commercial customers. The Centre offers discounted rates to Frankston City residents for the disposal of hard waste. The Centre also accepts small quantities of commercial waste, paint and paint tins.

FRRRC Is not a landfill site. No food, liquid or hazardous waste accepted. 

View accepted items and price list

When visiting FRRRC, don't forget to:

  • bring a valid driver's license as proof of residency (Frankston City residents only)
  • wear suitable shoes and clothing such as gloves to protect yourself from sharp, broken and heavy objects when unloading and handling waste
  • ensure children and pets remain in the vehicle
  • secure your load properly to prevent spillage of waste from your vehicle or trailer
  • organise items into categories such as free items, green waste and hard waste to reduce costs and avoid delays.

Watch the one-minute video for more tips, or view these 5 easy steps to drop off  hard waste, green waste and recyclables.

What happens to my waste?

More than half of items taken to FRRRC are recycled, including items for sale at the on-site recycled goods shop, The Treasure Chest.

All green waste from the Centre is bulk composted and blended near Sale to be used by farmers throughout South East Victoria. FRRRC does not sell mulch, compost or other garden products.