The Pines Resource Recovery Park
The Pines Resource Recovery Park is the Selwyn District's waste handling facility. Located near Rolleston, the facility accepts a range of recyclable materials, household hazardous waste, cleanfill, food and garden waste for composting, as well as general waste for items that are currently unable to be recycled. Selwyn District does not have its own landfill so all residual waste is sent to the Kate Valley Regional Landfill in the Hurunui District.
Resource Recovery Park Hours and Charges
Location: 183 Burnham School Road
(between Dunns Crossing and Burnham Roads).
Phone: (03) 347 2026
Standard opening hours:
- Monday to Friday, 9am to 4.30pm
- Saturday and Sunday, 10am to 4pm
Hours can vary at long weekends and at Christmas/New Year/Easter/Anzac Day periods. For holiday hours please check our Public Holidays page. Please note that the Pines Resource Recovery Park may be closed from time to time without prior notice during high wind events.
We are only able to accept payment by Eftpos and cash. Credit cards and cheques cannot be accepted for payment at the Pines Resource Recovery Park.
|Minimum waste or organic tipping fee||$5.00|
|Residual waste (rubbish)||$228.00 per tonne|
|Garden and food waste (organic)||$107.00 per tonne|
|Cleanfill||$52.00 per tonne|
|Please take the below items to the kiosk|
|TVs||$4.50 per flat screen TV|
|$10.00 per CRT TV|
|All other E-Waste (computers, printers, phones, cameras, stereos, cables)||No charge (household volumes only)|
|Tyres||$3.00 per car / motorbike tyre ($6.00 if rim is still attached)|
|$5.00 per 4WD tyre|
|$8.00 per light truck tyre|
|$15.00 per heavy truck tyre|
|$51.00 per tractor tyre|
|Child car seats||$5.00 per seat|
|Hazardous waste (cleaning agents, garden chemicals, fluoro tubes, batteries, used oil, paints, LPG cylinders)||No charge (household volumes only)|
We accept the material below for recycling free of charge
|Whiteware and scrap metal||Glass bottles and jars (lids in rubbish)|
|Plastic bottles and containers 1-7 (lids in rubbish)||Steel tins and aluminium cans|
|Paper, newspaper and magazines||Clothing|