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Eastern Creek

Wallgrove Road, Eastern Creek NSW 2766
1300 651 116

What is on the site:

Eastern Creek Resource Recovery Park in Sydney’s west is home to two innovative waste processing facilities: an ORRF, diverting organics from landfill and converting them into valuable resources for healthy plant growth; and an ARRT, which uses advanced specialist technologies to recover and recycle more from waste.

Together, these facilities lead the change from traditional waste disposal to economically sustainable resource recovery solutions.

Update: From Thursday 13 April 2017 Eastern Creek will no longer be accepting ‘Special Waste’, that includes: Asbestos, Contaminated Asbestos Soil, Animals, Security Burial, Special Food, Synthetic Mineral Fibres, Tyres, Polystyrene

You can still take your Special Waste to our facilities at Lucas Heights, Elizabeth Drive and Davis Road. (Please note, not all Special Waste types are accepted at Elizabeth Drive and Davis Road.)

Eastern Creek ARRT Facility

Unlike traditional waste disposal methods, such as conventional and bioreactor landfills and incineration, SUEZ’s ARRT facilities employ advanced technologies to separate and compost organic materials and extract recyclables from garbage collected by local councils.

Eastern Creek ARRT opened in 2004 and is owned and operated by Global Renewables. The facility currently processes 220,000 tonnes of waste per annum, diverting it from landfill and recovering and returning valuable resources to the economy.

What goes in What comes out
  • Household waste, including general waste and organics
  • High-quality compost
  • Ferrous and non-ferrous metals
  • Building materials
  • Process Engineered Fuel
  • Rehabilitated soil

Eastern Creek ORRF

Established in 2010, the Eastern Creek ORRF helps divert organic materials from landfill by processing them into composts and conditioners, recycling untreated timber into mulches and biofuels.

The site can process up to 50,000 tonnes of source-separated organic materials each year. Open windrow composting technology is used to produce high-quality compost and mulch products for use in home gardens, agriculture, sporting fields and public spaces.

What goes in What comes out
  • Garden waste, such as lawn clippings, leaves and branches
  • Sand and timber
  • High-quality compost products
  • Mulch products
  • Biofuels

The facility is open Monday to Sunday from 7am until 4pm for public drop-off of garden waste, including tree branches, grass clippings, prunings and weeds.

Wallgrove Road Landfill

SUEZ has exclusive rights to access the Eastern Creek Landfill (also known as Wallgrove Road Landfill), owned and operated by the NSW Government's Waste Assets Management Corporation (WAMC).

With a capacity to accept 550,000 tonnes of putrescible waste each year, the landfill technology deployed is similar to that of SUEZ's New Illawarra Road Landfill at Lucas Heights, NSW.

The Eastern Creek Landfill  has a number of electricity plants installed, which have a combined capacity of 12.7MW.

Payment methods

Cash is not accepted at Eastern Creek.

EFTPOS and credit cards (Visa and Mastercard only) are accepted. The minimum EFTPOS and credit card transaction is $15.00. Cheques are not accepted.

Customers with minimum transactions of $500 per month may be eligible to open an account. Please call 1300 651 116 for further information.


Site Tours

SUEZ conducts site tours of our Eastern Creek Resource Recovery Park for schools, community groups and interested businesses.  Bookings are essential. Visit our Community & Education page for more information.

Host Council: Blacktown City Council 

Environment and safety

At SUEZ, we take our responsibility to the safety of people and the environment seriously.
All visitors to SUEZ facilities must observe site safety requirements, including wearing footwear at all times.
To report environmental concerns including odours, noise or dust, please call our 24-hour Environmental Hotline on 1800 062 086 or 1800 ENV REP.

Contact Eastern Creek

For information regarding opening hours, fees, acceptance criteria or other site-specific information, please review our Waste Charges and Services brochure or call 1300 651 116. 

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