Central Coast Council operates two public waste management facilities: Buttonderry Waste Management Facility located in the northern end of the Central Coast and Woy Woy Waste Management Facility in the south. Both facilities are open seven days a week except on Christmas Day, New Year’s Day and Good Friday.
Buttonderry Waste Management Facility
Address: 850 Hue Hue Road, Jilliby
Phone: 4350 1320
Woy Woy Waste Management Facility
Address: Nagari Rd, Woy Woy
Phone: 4342 5255
Hours of operation (both facilities):
7am-4pm - Monday to Friday, excluding public holidays
8am- 4pm - Saturday, Sunday and public holidays
7am-1pm - Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve
Closed on Christmas day, New Year's Day and Good Friday
Important update on Kincumber Waste Management Facility
Following a thorough review of its operations and infrastructure, the decision has been made to close Kincumber Waste Management Facility site as a waste transfer station. Learn more about this decision and future opportunities for the site
Free of charge:
- lead acid car, marine and household batteries
- car bodies, whitegoods, car tyres on rims and other metals
- motor oil (maximum 20 litres)
- fluorescent lights (maximum 12)
- cardboard (up to 200kg)
- glass bottles/jars (no flat glass)
- PET/HDPE plastic bottles and milk/juice cardboard cartons
- aluminium cans/foil, tins and empty aerosol spray cans
- computer items including: desktops, laptops, monitors, modems, keyboards, cables, drives and related accessories, printers and scanners
- electronic devices, such as televisions, household small appliances, audio equipment, electronic tools, electronic garden equipment and mobile phones
For a fee:
- mixed waste
- garden organics
- building and demolition waste
- commercial recyclables
- bricks, roof tiles, pavers and concrete
- special wastes
- soil (not contaminated)
- mattresses (in addition to minimum charge)
- LPG gas cylinders/helium gas bottles (maximum 9kg) and fire extinguishers (in addition to minimum charge)
- car tyres without rims (maximum 5)
See the Waste disposal charges for a full list of applicable fees and charges. When visiting our waste management facilities, please use electronic payments where possible to protect the health of the community and staff.
Waste material not accepted at any facility
- hazardous or liquid waste (chemicals, poisons, paints). Council runs household chemical collections every year. For more information refer to our disposing hazardous waste page.
- clinical waste (e.g. human tissue, laboratory cultures, blood stained materials or equipment).Refer to the Yellow Pages for companies licensed to carry clinical waste.
Asbestos can be taken to either the Woy Woy or Buttonderry Facilities.
When disposing of asbestos, ensure you have read the Asbestos disposal guidelines. All asbestos loads must be booked in 24 hours before delivery. Contact the weighbridge operator at Buttonderry on 4350 1320 or Woy Woy on 4304 7343 to make a booking.
All asbestos must be double wrapped in at least 200 micron plastic as per the Asbestos disposal guidelines. On arrival advise the gate operator that you have asbestos. Asbestos will not be accepted within an hour of the landfill's closing time. For more information on asbestos, visit our Asbestos page.
Electricity generation from landfill gas
Central Coast Council, in partnership with landfill gas management contractors has developed gas extraction and electricity generation facilities at its landfill sites.
When buried in anaerobic conditions (without oxygen), organic waste generates the greenhouse gases methane and carbon dioxide. Methane is extracted from the landfilled areas via a network of pipes inserted into areas of the landfill then filtered and burned in a generator creating electricity.
More than 30,000 megawatt (MW) hours of electricity is produced each year from our landfill sites - enough to power over 9,200 houses annually. In addition, the destruction of landfill generated methane has also resulted in the removal of the equivalent of over 341,800 tonnes of carbon dioxide from the atmosphere - the equivalent of taking 30,969 cars off the road for a year!