Location: Mugga Lane, SYMONSTON, ACT
Open: 7.30 am - 5 pm, seven days per week
Closed Good Friday and Christmas Day.
Resource Management Centres are places for ACT residents to dispose of items that don’t belong in household wheelie bins.
What can I drop off?
Click the titles below to view where items can be dropped off at the Mugga RMC.
Reusable items for FREE - Drop off reusable items free of charge or purchase them at bargain prices. Visit The Green Shed website to see what can and cannot be accepted.
Green Waste for FREE - Drop off your green waste to Corkhill Brothers for FREE, conditions apply, check the Corkhill Brothers website for details.
Household Recycling for FREE - Paper, cardboard, glass, aluminium, steel and firm plastic packaging can be recycled at the Recycling Drop Off Centre (paper cage and recycling hoppers) at Mugga RMC.
Mattresses - Unwanted mattresses can be dropped off for a fee at Mugga RMC. Save money and drop your mattresses at Soft Landing in Hume!
e-Waste for FREE - Electronic waste can be dropped off for FREE near the Transfer Station at Mugga Lane RMC (follow the signs on site). Conditions apply, visit the hazardous waste page for details.
Hazardous Waste for FREE - Limits apply. Visit the hazardous waste page to find out what is accepted.
Waste to landfill - As a last resort general waste that cannot be reused or recycled can be dropped off at the Transfer Station at Mugga Lane RMC (follow the signs on site), fees apply. This includes: construction and demolition materials, oversize objects.
Trial at Tuggeranong to lower contamination rates
Modifications to the Tuggeranong Recycling Drop off Centre are being trialled during the holiday period to help reduce contamination found in the recycling stream.
The design of the paper and cardboard cage has changed from a large sliding gate to a smaller slot, aimed at ensuring boxes are emptied and flattened before placing them in the cage.
New signage has been erected that explains the changes, and during peak periods staff will be onsite to provide assistance and advice on recycling.
The Tuggeranong RDOC trial will run until 27 January 2020. Following the trial, ACT NoWaste will determine if similar modifications should be used at other recycling facilities in the ACT.