Self-Disposal of Waste @ Our Yard

As an approved general waste disposal facility, we accept a wide variety of waste and recyclables in our yard.

Disposal Fee applies for disposal of waste.

  • Horticulture: Wood, leaves, branches
  • Construction & Renovation Waste : Hardcore, Soil and etc.
  • Furniture & Bulky Waste
We Buy your Recyclables.
  • Plastic: PVC, LDPE, HDPE
  • Carton & Paper
  • Metal & Wire

Contact us prior to coming over!




Horticulture Waste

Construction Waste


Paper, Carton

Construction & Renovation Waste


Monday – Saturday
7:30am – 7:30pm

Sunday & Public holidays
7:30am – 4:30pm

Here’s how you can get to our facility


Get on PIE to Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim. Take Exit 24 from AYE and drive to Tuas Ave 8

Get on KJE and PIE to Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim. Take Exit 24 from AYE and drive to Tuas Ave 8

Get on AYE to Jalan Ahmad Ibrahim. Take Exit 24 from AYE and drive to Tuas Ave 8


Take the East-West MRT Line to Tuas crescent MRT Station. Get on bus 192 and alight at the bus stop Aft Tuas Ave 8

We have a wide variety of bins in our yard to support our daily operations.

We are available 24 hours a day and
seven days a week.

Contact Usand we tidy.

Frequently Asked Questions About Self-Disposal of Waste

1. Why is waste disposal important?

When it comes to waste disposal, it must be disposed of properly for many reasons. For one, it helps to protect the environment. At waste disposal companies like Tidy, we follow the proper waste management guidelines to make a positive impact on the environment and try our level best to avoid sending all the waste to landfills. Moreover, proper waste disposal also improves overall health standards by preventing the spread of bacteria and germs and also supports recycling to save precious materials that can be reused.

2. What is the safe disposal of waste?

Safe disposal of waste means that the waste is properly collected, treated and disposed of. In Singapore, the management of waste is regulated by several government standards such as the Environmental Public Health Act and Environmental Public Health Regulations. Processes such as waste treatment have to adopt innovative technologies to minimise land-take and ash residue as well. 

3. How does waste disposal affect the environment?

Large amounts of waste are generated daily. From food waste to old furniture, all these waste impact the environment. This is especially so since much of the trash cannot be dealt with in a sustainable manner. For example, waste that is not biodegradable fills the oceans and landfills. Therefore, working with recycling companies in Singapore like Tidy is pivotal in mitigating any risk associated with the environment.