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Suburb Waste out by Sunday
(collection commences 6am Monday)
Swan View 26 August 2019
Midvale26 August 2019
Bellevue2 September 2019
Boya2 September 2019
Helena Valley2 September 2019
Greenmount9 September 2019
Darlington 9 September 2019
Glen Forrest16 September 2019
Mahogany Creek16 September 2019
Hovea 16 September 2019
Parkerville23 September 2019
Stoneville23 September 2019
Mundaring 30 September 2019
Mount Helena30 September 2019
Sawyers Valley7 October 2019
Chidlow 7 October 2019
Wooroloo7 October 2019
Beechina 7 October 2019
​Bailup7 October 2019
​The Lakes7 October 2019
  

The Shire's annual Bulk Verge Collection is for green waste and bulk waste material. Please note the maximum volume that can be presented for both types of material for the Bulk Verge Collection is two cubic metres or two 6x4 trailer loads equivalent. Waste must not be placed on the verge until Two Weeks prior to the collection date, otherwise it may be considered littering.

Sort your waste into five piles:

  • mattresses
  • household junk (max length 1.8m)
  • scrap metal (max length 1.8m)
  • white goods (the Shire will de-gas)
  • greenwaste
  

Items the Shire will collect from your verge

What is green waste?

What is white goods/bulk waste?

Green waste includes:

  • tree branches (1.5m max length and 150mm diameter)
  • grass clippings, leaves and other small greenwaste materials must be boxed or bagged

 

White goods/junk waste includes all of the following:

  • furniture (no glass)
  • bicycles
  • toys
  • small electrical goods
  • carpet and linoleum
  • fencing materials (wood and steel only)
  • wood and treated timber (not garden waste)
  • wire
  • gates
  • poultry webbing
  • refrigerators (the Shire will de-gas)
  • stoves
  • freezers
  • clothes dryers
  • air conditioners
  • BBQs (no gas bottles)
  

Only the list above will be collected from your verge during a Bulk Verge Collection. The following items are often placed on verges but will not be collected:

Items the Shire will NOT collect from your verge

Green Waste Non-CollectiblesWhite Goods/Bulk Waste Non-Collectibles

Green waste does not include:

  • chemically treated or painted/stained timber
  • large tree stumps (they must be cut into smaller pieces)
  • rocks, bricks and rubble
  • dirt, soil and lawn sods
  • plastics including flower pots and hoses

 

White goods/bulk junk waste does not include:

  • paint
  • car bodies/parts
  • tyres
  • batteries
  • asbestos or fibrous cement products (including Super 6)
  • flammable liquids
  • bricks, rubble and concrete
  • glass or mirrors (eg table tops, window panes)
  • gas bottles
  • no small items that need to bagged or boxed (eg "nik-naks" clothes or books)

 

  

If your Bulk Verge Collection items were not collected on its scheduled week, there could be a number of reasons why.

Why was some material removed and not others?

Piles are collected separately to maximise recycling.  All waste won't be collected on the same day but should generally be all gone within the week. Do not continue to add to piles already collected.

Was the pile placed on your verge too big, or where the Shire could access it? 

The maximum amount of Bulk Waste you can place on your verge for both types of bulk collections is two cubic metres in size. Please also make sure the Shire can access your Bulk Waste pile. Below are some useful guidelines.

Do not allow items to obstruct the footpath or spill out onto the road.

Do not place items under trees, against power poles or their supportive wires.

Do not have a pile that is more than two cubic metres.

Do not leave items not intended for bulk collection on the verge.

Do not place items near fences or on sprinklers.

Did you put your bulk waste out too late?

Your Bulk Verge Collection must not be placed on the verge for collection until two weeks prior to the collection date; after this date no further Bulk Waste should be presented for collection. Any Bulk Waste presented after your Monday commencement date may be missed. 

What next?

A notice should have been placed in your letterbox explaining why the Bulk Waste you presented was not collected, there will be instructions on what you can do next and details of who you can contact at the Shire for instructions. Just a reminder that outside of Bulk Verge Collection times, waste left on the verge may be considered littering. 

 For more information regarding the Bulk Verge Collection, please contact Infrastructure Services Customer Service on 9290 6716.

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