Find out more about household rubbish collection.
Each household is provided with:
Residents are to place their Waste Bin and Recycle Bin out on the verge for collection before 6am on their bin service day.Weight Limit: Bins are not to exceed 70kg.
Download current Waste & Recycling Guide
Depending on your residence, you will fall under Area 1 or Area 2 cycle of recycling with both bins placed outside your residence on your nominated area cycle.
Find my Bin Day here via the In My City/Suburb Module.
Alternatively, download the waste services brochure to find out when your next bin
day or recycling day is.
Includes mattresses and bed bases, air-conditioners, dishwashers, heaters, hot water systems, microwaves, ovens, hotplates, washers, refrigerators and freezers (these do not need to be degassed as this will be done On-Site).
Residents can drop off their mattresses and whitegoods at Walliston Transfer Station with their entry pass
and proof of identification. NOTE: Disposal of mattresses and whitegoods count as a general waste entry. (whitegoods do not need to be degassed as this will be done On-Site).
Mattresses and Whitegoods Verge Collection:The City of Kalamunda offers a mattresses and whitegoods verge collection service. Payment can be made over the phone or in person at the City of Kalamunda Administration, 2 Railway
Road, Kalamunda. View current fees for this service here.
To arrange collection of your mattresses and whitegoods please contact the City on 9257 9999. Residents need to advise the customer service officer of the date the items will be placed on the verge for collection. Please ensure the items are placed
on the verge neatly by the date advised. Please note we are unable to collect from private property due to insurance purposes.
Additional recycling collections will be provided over the Christmas and New Year period for all residents.Recycling bins are to be presented by residents of both Area 1 and Area 2 the week commencing
23 December and the week commencing 30 December. Fortnightly recycling collections will then resume as per the calendar. Due to public holidays, collection of household waste has been altered on the following listed dates. Please view the table below
to find the new date of collection during this time.
When placing bins, owner or occupiers of the premises should:
Figure 1. Placement of household rubbish bins on kerb.
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