Coronavirus update 13 March 2020

Stage 4 restrictions: what's closed and what's open.

Kew Depot Recycling Drop-off Centre is closed to the public due to Stage 4 restrictions, as directed by the Victorian Chief Health Officer. Waste collection services will continue to operate as normal.


31-35 Hutchinson Drive, Kew 3101

Items accepted

  • General recyclables
  • Paper
  • Cardboard
  • Plastics (codes 1-7)
  • Glass bottles and jars
  • Aluminium and steel cans

It's free to drop off recyclables.

No polystyrene can be accepted at the Kew Depot Recycling Drop-off Centre. Residents can take polystyrene to the Boroondara Recycling and Waste Disposal Centre.

About the Depot

The Kew Depot Recycling Drop-off Centre is a place where you can drop-off recyclables (normally accepted in your kerbside collection) for free. The centre accepts recyclables only and doesn't accept any general household waste.

To dispose of general household waste visit the Boroondara Recycling and Waste Centre. This centre accepts household waste, general waste (such as appliances and white goods), green waste and recyclables. The Boroondara Recycling and Waste Centre is also a Detox your Home drop-off site for gas bottles, fluorescent globes, batteries and white polystyrene.

Download our Recycle Coach app and see what goes where in our online A to Z FOGO, recycling and waste guide.
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