Waste disposal fees

To view our waste disposal fees, please download the 2019 – 2020 Waste fee schedule (PDF 3308 KB).

Identification

Our waste and recycling facilities have different fees for residents and non-residents. This means that Logan residents must provide proof of residency, this is best done with a driver’s licence or another form of photo ID that shows your Logan address. Alternatively a copy of a rates notice (paper or digital) or any other document that shows your Logan address, supported by photo identification is also acceptable proof of residency. 

If you are a ratepayer who lives outside Logan, you will need to provide a copy of your rates notice (paper or digital), supported by photo identification.

If you live outside Logan or are unable to provide proof of residency, you are still welcome to use our waste disposal facilities but please understand you will be charged the non-Logan resident fees.

Commercial operators are not required to show identification. Commercial fees apply. 
 

Payment options

You can pay for waste disposal by:

  • cash
  • cheque with your contact details on the back
  • debit and credit cards (Visa and Mastercard only).

We cannot accept debit or credit card payments over the phone.

Waste accounts

Businesses that regularly use the Browns Plains or Carbrook Waste and Recycling Facilities can apply for a waste account.

Please be aware that it can take 3 – 4 weeks for your application to be approved.

For more information or to get started, please call us on 07 3412 3412.

Liquid and septic waste

You can dispose of these types of liquid waste at the Loganholme Treatment Plant:

  • caravan and camper toilet waste
  • watery mud or sludge
  • the contents of hydro excavation (vacuum) trucks. 

To arrange a time to go to the treatment plant, please call us on 07 3412 3412.

Waste we can’t accept

On chemical drop-off days, you can dispose of chemicals at a waste disposal facility. At all other times we do not accept:

  • acids and alkalis
  • brake fluid
  • chemical waste generated through medical, veterinary and laboratory procedures
  • chlorinated waste
  • clinical waste (e.g. medical and pharmaceutical waste)
  • explosives
  • infectious substances (e.g. sharps, human tissue, material soaked with bodily fluid)
  • pesticides and herbicides
  • radiator fluid
  • fuel or petrol.

There are companies that will accept this kind of waste for a fee. Search online or in the Yellow Pages to find out more.