Te Maunga Transfer Station can accept your cleanfill waste.
Where is Te Maunga Transfer Station?
When is Te Maunga Transfer Station open?
Te Maunga is open 7 days:
Monday to Friday: 7.30am to 5pm
Weekends/public holidays: 9am to 5pm
To avoid peak times, we recommend visiting between 9-10.30am and 2-5pm.
Can I take my cleanfill waste to the Maleme Street Transfer Station?
Only Te Maunga Transfer Station has the ability to accept and sort cleanfill material. Please do not take this material to the Maleme Street Transfer Station unless it is absolutely necessary.
Do I need to separate my waste into different types before taking it to Te Maunga Transfer Station?
You don’t have to, but doing so will save you money. To see a full breakdown of prices check our transfer station fees and charges page.
View a full list of rates
How can I reduce my costs?
For businesses that generate a high volume of waste (e.g. a truck and trailer weighing 24 tonnes or more), a more cost-effective alternative may be sending waste directly to Hampton Downs in the Waikato.
Separating your waste into the different waste types accepted at Te Maunga Transfer Station will save you money.
Tauranga City Council's Resource Wise programme can help you to improve how your organisation manages resources. The programme consists of five stages for organisations to work through. Each stage has actions that involve education and reducing waste to landfill.
Learn more about the Resource Wise Programme
Western Bay of Plenty District Council also has a similar programme called the Business Waste Minimisation Programme.
Learn more about the Business Waste Minimisation Programme