HEATHFIELD RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE
PUBLIC TRANSFER STATION
The Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre is operated by the Adelaide Hills Region Waste Management Authority
on behalf of the Adelaide Hills Council. This facility provides recycling and waste resource recovery services where customers can recycle or dispose of their waste. The resource recovery centre is a multi-stream recycling facility,
which handles items such as general waste, paper and cardboard, plastics, green garden organics, construction and demolition materials, metals, whitegoods, oils, tyres, e-waste, gas cylinders, chemical containers and mattresses.
The resource recovery centre also offers recycled products for sale including mulch and soil.
(THE HEATHFIELD RESOURCE RECOVERY CENTRE IS CLOSED ON
EXTREME & CATASTROPHIC FIRE DAYS, CHRISTMAS DAY, BOXING DAY, NEW YEAR’S DAY AND GOOD FRIDAY)
Site Office - 08 8339 4323
Operated by the AHRWMA
on behalf of the Adelaide Hills Council
What to do on entering site
As you enter site, slow to 25km/hr.
Drive up to gatehouse at maximum speed of 10km/hr, and stop.
Wait in vehicle, for site staff to assist you.
You will be asked what types of materials you have for recycling or disposal, and staff will direct you to the appropriate areas.
Visitors may be asked to queue, and are requested to follow directional signage in place.
At AHRWMA, we take our responsibility to the safety of people seriously.
All visitors to resource recovery centre must observe site safety requirements and dress for safety, including wearing enclosed footwear at all times. AHRWMA also recommends for your safety, wearing long pants, protective glasses such as sunglasses, sun protection and protective gloves. For heavy loads, bring a friend or family member to help you unload.
Children under 12 and family pets must remain in your vehicle at all times.
The Heathfield Resource Recovery Centre operation hours and payment method
Monday to Friday - 7.30 am to 4.00pm
Saturday & Sunday - 9.00 am to 4.00pm
Payment for this site
Payments by card are recommended where possible.