Latrobe City Landfill
Hyland Hwy, Loy Yang
Commercial operators or by appointment only
Monday to Friday 8.30am to 4pm
The landfill is for disposal of waste that cannot be recycled or composted. It is a critical part of our community's waste management infrastructure. The landfill is only open to commercial operators or by appointment. Please refer to the facilities page for location and opening hours, and the fees page for a full list of acceptable and non-acceptable material.
The Hyland Highway Landfill started operation in May 2009. The site contains 108.8 ha of Hancock Victorian Plantations-owned blue gum and pine plantations which will be progressively harvested until 2016. The areas harvested will be revegetated with indigenous plants, resulting in an area returned to bush. Landfill cells will also be rehabilitated and monitored for many years.
Latrobe City Council invites expressions of interest for positions on the Latrobe City Hyland Highway Municipal Landfill Consultative Committee. Committee members have skills and interests in representing our community in relation to the operation, development and rehabilitation of the landfill. The scope of the committee can be found, under the terms of reference. Meetings are held at 5.30pm on the third Wednesday of every second month in the MacFarlane Burnet Room, Traralgon Service Centre, 34-38 Kay Street Traralgon.
Latrobe City Council operates the landfill under an Environment Protection Authority Victoria licence that requires environmental monitoring, performance reporting and reporting of any non compliance with licence conditions.
To report an odour event please complete and return the odour reporting form Council officers use this information to investigate trends and influencing factors should an odour be reported.
Deirdre Griepsma, Manager Natural Environment Sustainability, (03) 5128 5735 or email@example.com.