The Council has two transfer stations that provide a range of waste disposal, diversion and recycling services. These are located in Rangiora and Oxford.
|Location / Phone |
|Southbrook Resource Recovery Park ||284 Flaxton Rd, Rangiora / (03) 313 5499 |
|Monday - Saturday 8.30 am to 4.30 pm, Sunday 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm ||Waste disposal services; cash, EFTPOS and business cheques; no credit cards |
|Oxford Transfer Station |
|46 High Street, Oxford |
|Friday 12.30 pm to 4.30 pm, |
Sunday 12 noon to 4.30 pm
|Reasonable section of waste disposal services; cash payments and business cheques |
The Oxford Transfer Station and Southbrook Resource Recovery Park are closed on the following public holidays: Christmas Day, Boxing Day, New Year's Day, Good Friday and Anzac Day.
The following separated wastes are also accepted at the Southbrook Resource Recovery Park: compostable garden waste, clean hardfill, plasterboard, tyres, expanded polystyrene foam and recyclable packaging foam, e-Scrap (computers, monitors and TVs and other electronic goods), and window glass.
The following separated wastes are also accepted at the Oxford Transfer Station: tree and hedge trimmings (suitable for chipping), e-Scrap (computers, monitors and TVs and other electronic goods), and tyres from cars, 4WDs, small commercial vehicles and trucks (no large tyres).
The above wastes are all charged for at the kiosk. Note: loads containing contaminants or waste for disposal will be charged the full gate charges
A list of what can and can't be composted at Southbrook Resource Recovery Park can be found on our Dumping Your Garden Greenwaste page.
See our Recyclable Materials and Reusable Goods page for a list of recyclable materials that are accepted at Oxford and Southbrook, and what reusable goods are accepted at the Southbrook Resource Recovery Park. These charges are listed under gate charges.
Domestic hazardous wastes will be accepted for no charge (domestic quantities are up to 20 kg or 20 litres of any one hazardous waste type). For more information about what can be dropped at the hazardous waste drop-off facility go to our Hazardous Waste page.
Commercial hazardous wastes will NOT be accepted at the transfer stations.
To find out more about the Council's consented cleanfill pit and how your company can register to gain direct access to the pit, go to our Cleanfill page.
What Does It Cost?
See our Dumping Charges page for a full list of the fees. A 'standard' trailer is classed as a single-axle trailer with a deck size from 1.8 m x 1.2 m up to 2.5 m x 1.2 m.
There is no weighbridge on site at the Oxford Transfer Station; vehicles are charged per vehicle or by volume if the load is larger or smaller than a 'standard' load.