Richmond Valley Council operates a Waste and Resource Recovery Facility at Casino (Nammoona), as well as transfer stations at Evans Head, Bora Ridge and Rappville. Charges are levied as per the current 2019-20 Council Revenue Policy. Council also operates tip shops at Nammoona and Evans Head facilities (refer below).
Council is an active member of North East Waste, a regional group of councils working collaboratively towards cost-effective waste management solutions. For further information, visit the NEWaste webpage.
Contact numbers for each facility are listed below.
Nammoona Waste and Resource Recovery Facility, Dargaville Drive Casino
Phone: 02 6662 6580
Opening Hours: 8.30am – 4.30pm, seven days a week, except for public holidays
PLEASE NOTE: The Tip Shop has separate opening hours to the waste facility. See below for Tip Shop opening hours.
Evans Head Transfer Station, Broadwater-Evans Head Road, Evans Head
Phone: 02 6660 0309
Opening Hours: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday: 8.30am – 4.30pm
Bora Ridge Transfer Station, Myall Creek Road Bora Ridge:
Phone: 02 6683 2691
Opening Hours: Temporarily closed
NOTE ** Temporary closure of Bora Ridge Transfer Station **
Council is currently capping Bora Ridge Landfill in accordance with approvals issued by the NSW Environment Protection Authority. The capping involves covering the landfill in a water-tight layer which will seal the old landfill to prevent the infiltration of stormwater. As the current waste transfer station is located within part of the area to be capped, Council will not be operating a transfer station at the site for the duration of the capping works. The works are expected to last around 12 to 16 weeks, dependent on weather.
During the temporary closure the Evans Head Waste Transfer Station and the Nammoona Waste & Resource Recovery Facility will continue to operate as normal.
Rappville Transfer Station, Carwong Road Rappville: Sunday ONLY: 9.30am – 12.30pm*
*PLEASE NOTE CHANGED OPENING HOURS ON ANZAC DAY, SUNDAY 25 APRIL 2021 – OPEN 12pm – 3pm.
All facilities are closed Public Holidays.
Check out Richmond Valley Council’s two tip shops next time you want to pick up a “dirt” cheap bargain.
The Casino (Nammoona) Tip Shop and Evans Head Tip Shop are a fantastic place to shop, while supporting the recycling of second hand and used goods which still have life left in them.
Nammoona Tip Shop is growing and there are some wonderful treasures to be found every day from vintage items, books, furniture and more.
We are committed to resource recovery, reuse and diverting as much as possible from landfill.
The tip shops offer a huge range of useful items including tools, kitchenware, furniture, gardening implements – including wheel barrows, lawnmowers, and bins – to books and pictures, homewares, toys, bikes and plenty of other recycled items simply too numerous to list.
Some come in today and grab a bargain from the Nammoona Tip Shop, or the Evans Head Tip Shop.
Nammoona: Wednesday: 10.00am – 3.00pm, Thursday and Friday: 10am – 2pm, Saturday: 10am – 3pm
Evans Head: Wednesday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday: 8:30am – 4:30pm
Closed all public holidays.
Community Recycling Centre
Located at: Nammoona Waste and Resource Recovery Facility
Opening hours: Monday to Sunday 8.30am – 4.30pm
Have you got any of the following items piling up in your garage? Old paint, motor oil, blown light bulbs, broken smoke alarms or out of date gas bottles, then it’s time for you to visit Casino’s Community Recycling Centre at Nammoona Waste and Resource Recovery Facility on Dargaville Drive.
Other items that can be dropped at the CRC include:
- Electronic waste
See E-waste for more information
- Cardboard and paper
- Aluminium cans
- Glass bottles/jars
- Metal – ferrous
- Mixed recycling
- Plastic containers
Only household quantities of the above materials will be accepted. As a guide a maximum container of 20 litres or 20 kilograms each of the wastes listed.
By separating your problem wastes and taking them to your local CRC, you are helping to improve recycling, reducing waste to landfill and looking after your local environment.