Recyclable goods drop off morning 27 October 2018

Published: Tuesday, 2 October 2018 at 11:16:00 AM

Due to the huge success of the drop off morning held earlier this year and the outstanding community effort to divert hard waste from going to landfill, the Town will hold another community recyclable goods drop off morning.

Come along on Saturday 27 October from 9 am to 12 noon to the Depot, located at 69 Scaddan Street, Bassendean

Please note- You will need to bring ID on the day and proof of your address as this drop off morning is for Town of Bassendean residents only

(make sure you have  your items separated for easy drop off)

Items accepted

Metals Bikes, BBQ's, metal frames, corrugated iron/tin sheeting, air con units, hot water systems, dismantled swings/trampolines, white goods (excluding fridges and freezers) metals
Timber Any untreated timber off cuts (no longer than 1.5m) crates, (No MDF, painted, stained or laminated cabinets or furniture accepted) timber
E Waste TV's. computers, set-top boxes, monitors, keyboards, game consoles, speakers, stereo equipment, printers, scanners, photocopiers, DVD players, laptops, mobile phones, cameras ewaste
Tyres Car, trailer, 4WD (off rims only) (4 tyres per household) tyres
Cardboard Cardboard boxes, cartons, packing boxes ( flattened) No plastic cardboard

Items NOT accepted * We reserve the right to refuse unacceptable items

These itmes can be taken to Red Hill Waste Management Facility, 1094 Toodyay Rd, Red Hill. phone 9574 6235

Open Mon - Fri 8am to 4pm, sat 8am to 4 pm & Sun 10am to 4pm

No Asbestos No Green Waste No Construction waste
No Carpets No Gas cylinders No HHW
No Sofa or lounges No Glass panels No PVC
No treated timber No Paint No Commercial / industrial
No Batteries No clothing / textiles No Polystrene

No Mattresses - call 9350 7195 to arrange for mattress collection (3 per household per year)

for further information on where you can recycle other items, please go to our  Waste & Recycling page at or phone the depot on 9377 9000

69 Scadd St

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