Shire CRC passes a collector’s item – hang on to yours!

Published on Tuesday, 16 May 2023 at 11:04:48 AM

Shire of Mundaring residents who received a hard copy Community Recycling Centre (CRC) entry pass in August 2022 are asked to retain their pass for the new Financial Year.

The blue CRC pass that was issued with the 2022/2023 Rates Notice will continue to be accepted at the Community Recycling Centres in the 2023/2024 Financial Year. 

Shire President James Martin said last financial year the Shire moved towards allowing residents to access more services digitally.

“At the start of this financial year, the Shire implemented changes to give ratepayers flexibility to have an entry pass stored on their phone or print their own copy.

“Residents who traditionally received a hard copy of their Rates Notice were issued a final hard-copy CRC pass that is non-expiring as it doesn’t feature a date of year. 

“The pass is also no longer required to be clipped at the entry to the landfill, with entries logged by a barcode. 

“In the new 2023/2024 Financial Year, the entries will re-set and residents can use the same barcode on the pass to enter either the CRC at Coppin Road or Mathieson Road.”

Replacement CRC pass

If you've misplaced or damaged your hard copy CRC pass, you can sign up or log in to My Mundaring, where you can easily download a digital image of your pass to your phone or print a new copy.

Alternatively, you can email the Shire's Waste team to request a digital replacement. 

Electronic CRC passes

The change from annual hard copy CRC passes each financial year to an infinite pass, coincided with the Shire’s launch of the My Mundaring portal in August 2022.  

The portal allows residents to track their landfill load entries and access a number of other Shire services. 

Following the roll out of electronic CRC passes, residents who have signed up for e-Rates will once again be emailed a printable CRC entry pass.

They will also receive a link to access the My Mundaring portal to download the electronic version of the pass or download to their phone as a photo image after registering in the My Mundaring Online portal. This will enable the barcode to be scanned at the CRC entrance.

By scanning the barcode, CRC staff will be able to log and record the number of visits per household electronically and residents can check their usage on the My Mundaring Online portal.

Ratepayers who are signed up for e-Rates but prefer a hard-copy entry pass are also able to download and print a copy at home. 

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