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Council's Waste and Recycling Centre is a managed site and is opened each Monday and Friday between 8.00am and 5.00pm. The Centre is also open on Saturday 8.00am to 1.00pm, excepting Christmas Day and New Years Day. The site will also be closed without notice on days of "Extreme" Fire Danger and / or a Harvest Ban has been imposed.
The Waste and Recycling Centre is situated on the Quairading to Cunderdin Road 800 metres North of the Townsite.
Council will accept household and green waste.
Large animal disposal is not available at the Landfill site. Council will only accept certain tyres for disposal with a disposal fee to apply; any asbestos must be wrapped in black plastic prior to lodging that the designated site. Approval to dispose of all building rubble must be sought from Council’s Environmental Health Officer and Building Surveyor or Shire Office on 08 9645 2400.
An Oil Recycling facility is provided at the Landfill Site.
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Council provides a Recycling Service located at the Waste and Recycling Centre (Existing Entry to Landfill Site off Cunderdin Road) which is open Monday and Friday 8.00am to 5.00pm and Saturday 8.00am to 1.00pm.
The following can be recycled at the Recycling Centre:
After Hours Recycling Centre
Council provides an additional Recycling Facility (open 24/7) adjoining the Shire Works Depot, Walker Street for the following items: -
- Aluminium cans
Council supports the “drumMUSTER” programme which provides for the return, recycling or reuse of clean chemical containers.
Collection is accepted at the Waste and Recycling Facility on Fridays. Bookings can be made through the Waste and Recycling Supervisor, George Jason, on 0487 451 097.
drumMUSTER and ChemClear are important industry stewardship programs that are part of the Industry Waste Reduction Scheme (IWRS). Agsafe Limited is contracted by AgStewardship Australia who manage the levies collected under the IWRS.
The IWRS is funded by a levy on eligible non-returnable farm chemical containers over 1 litre or kilogram in content from participating chemical manufacturers.
drumMUSTER is the national program for the collection and recycling of empty, cleaned, non-returnable metal and plastic agvet chemical containers.
Chemical users throughout Australia are encouraged to deliver their empty, cleaned containers for inspection and acceptance at their local drumMUSTER collection site at one of over 700 drumMUSTER sites nationally.
drumMUSTER product is recycled into useful everyday items such as street signs, irrigation piping, plant stakes and outdoor furniture.
- an environmentally responsible solution for chemical users to the problem of disposing their empty chemical containers;
- helps property owners to keep their property clean of potential contamination;
- encourages good farming practice and meets Quality Assurance obligations; and
- supports the preservation of the wider environment.
For more information visit www.drumMUSTER.com.au.
ChemClear® is the national program for the collection and disposal of unwanted currently registered agvet chemicals. The objective of the program is to minimise the accumulation of unwanted agvet chemicals held in storage which may create potential risks to the environment, public health and trade.
There are two categories of agvet chemicals ChemClear® collects:
Group 1 chemicals are currently registered products manufactured by participating companies signed to the Industry Waste Reduction Agreement. These products are collected free of charge.
Group 2 chemicals are products manufactured by non participating companies, or, deregistered, unknown, mixed or out of date products. A per litre/kilogram fee for disposal applies.
Registrations are essential and can be made at www.chemclear.com.au or 1800 008 182