Dulverton Waste Management (DWM) only accepts waste from preapproved customers who have commercial size vehicles (trucks).
The DWM landfill is not open to members of the public. Members of the public are advised to contact their local waste transfer station or waste company for waste disposal options.
DWM is able to accept the following waste:
Controlled waste is the most hazardous category of waste and includes those wastes that exhibit toxicity, chemical or biological reactivity, environmental persistence, or the ability to bio-accumulate or enter the food chain. It is environmentally unacceptable to dispose of them by the same means as we dispose of the more common by-products of our everyday lives.
Controlled wastes may be accepted by DWM, but will often require prior Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) approval. Transport of controlled waste must be via an EPA approved carrier.
In order to determine if your waste is a controlled waste, please refer to the following link:
If you wish to dispose of controlled waste you must apply in advance by completing the 'Controlled Waste Disposal Application Form'.
Disposal of controlled wastes are only accepted at the Dulverton landfill site on:
Controlled wastes will not be accepted at the landfill without a DWM issued "Controlled Waste Delivery Advice (CWDA)".
Under our Environment Protection Notice (EPN) issued by the Environment Protection Authority (EPA), we cannot accept certain types of waste. Customers wishing to dispose of these types of waste are recommended to contact the EPA on (03) 6233 6518 for advice on proper disposal.
The types of wastes we cannot accept include: