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Drop-off facilities

Some waste is just too large to fit in your household bins. Other waste doesn’t belong in any of your household bins such as:

  • Electronic waste (e-waste) – televisions, tablets, monitors, hard drives, etc
  • Mobile phones
  • Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) – batteries, aerosols, flammable liquids, paints, pesticides, etc

In these circumstances, there are a number of alternative disposal options available.   

Wangara Greens Recycling Facility

The weekend Greens Recycling Facility in Wangara accepts clean green waste from the public and creates mulch for resale to the public. It is also a recycling collection point for a number of items such as batteries, bulk cardboard, polystyrene and scrap metal.  

 

Tamala Park

The nearest waste disposal site in the City of Wanneroo is Tamala Park, located at 1700 Marmion Avenue (near Mindarie).

Tamala Park operates a landfill, a free recyclable drop-off centre for items such as e-waste, household hazardous waste, and whitegoods, and a Reuse Shop. Asbestos is also accepted for disposal here.
The site is run by Mindarie Regional Council. Further information on fees, current items accepted for disposal, and opening times can be found on the Tamala Park website

 

Balcatta Recycling Centre

Waste disposal is also offered at Balcatta Recycling Centre, located at 238 Balcatta Road, Balcatta. 

The centre offers a free recycling drop-off for items such as e-waste and scrap metal, a weighbridge to dispose of larger general waste loads, and a Recycling Shop.  

Please refer to the Balcatta Recycling Centre website for up-to-date information on fees, accepted items, and opening times. 

 

Libraries

Recycling of specific items is also available in all four of the City’s libraries. Items accepted include household batteries, CFL globes, ink cartridges & pens.