Green waste recycling collection Green waste recycling collection

Green waste recycling collection Green waste recycling collection

Green waste

recycling collection

Advance notice of the next round of green waste verge collections.

If you put your green waste out before receipt of this notice, you will be asked to remove it.

If you put your green waste out after the specifi ed date it will not be collected.



About Single Bin Recycling

The City is proud to offer single bin recycling to all of our residents. This means that

you do not need to separate your recyclables – we do it for you! Approximately

69 per cent of single bin contents processed are recycled, from bottles, cans

and paper to food and garden waste. Compared to the traditional two bin

system, single bin recycling saves approximately 50,000 tonnes of greenhouse

gas emissions per year (source: Carbon Reduction Institute, NSW, March 2009).

Call 9345 8555 for more information.


Directions for collection

Please keep our streets as clean as possible.

Only put your green waste on your verge upon receipt of this notice.

Do not place materials on the verge once the street has been cleared.

Placing materials on verges of reserves, public open spaces or vacant blocks is

considered illegal dumping and infringements apply.

Please lease have h all materials erials ready re for collection collect by

6am on Monday

To allow us to recycle your garden

waste, please observe the following:

Maximum length of branches is 1.5m (5ft 5ft)

Place branches ches at right angle to kerb ker with cut

ends facing the street.

Branches greater than 250mm (9”) 9”) diameter

must be cut into 300mm (12”) long lo pieces.

Small garden waste such as weeds eds and leaves

should be placed in the reusable e garden bags

provided by the City or cardboard d boxes and

paper bags.

Materials should only be stacked on the verge,

taking care to avoid driveways and footpaths.

• All of the garden materials collected are

shredded and then recycled to become

horticulture products used for landscaping;

• Last year the City of Stirling collected in excess

of 10,000 tonnes from the verges. The mulch

produced by shredding the green waste was

enough to fi ll an Aussie rules football oval to a

height of almost two metres;

Please note:

Garden Waste Recycling Facts

Do not t place green waste in Hessian, Hes

polypropylene ypropylene or plastic bags. It will not be

col ollected.

Do not obstruct footpaths paths or

driveways and

ensure a clean line of sight s g for nei neighbours

leaving their driveways.

Do not stack material on top of sprinkl sprinklers or

water wate meters or any ny fi xed oobject.

Do not stack

materials against walls or fe fences.

Do o not prune street trees. If street trees ne need

attention, n, please phone the City on 9345 88555.

• If buried in a rubbish tip, this material would

have rotted down to produce 26,000 tonnes of

greenhouse gas, which would have contributed

to the warming of our planet;

• When this material is recycled by mulching

or composting, the carbon is returned to the

soil and locked away until bacteria and plants

consume it as a part of the carbon cycle.


This is not a junk collection. For junk recycli

Please also note that collectors cannot return on

Do not place materials on the verge once the street has been


Non Compliance

Residents will be advised when n refuse does not comply with the conditions

outlined. Failure to comply will result in your r rubbish not being collected.

Your next verge collection

Verge collection dates for your area are:

Guide only. Subject to change. Please wait until you receive the

quarterly verge collection notice in your letterbox before putting

refuse on the verge. If you put your items out before receiving

notice you will be asked to remove them.


Household Junk

Clean Greens

Household Junk

Clean Greens

cling and disposal options, please see over.

once a street has been cleared, so be prepared!

How to recycle unwanted household

goods and garden waste

Unwanted Household Goods

Sustainable nable Cities minimise nimise the amount of waste

they the send to landfi andfi ll. ll

By taking aking a few moments to collect the clothes,

small sma appliances and bric-a-brac that you no longer

need and arranging for collection by a charity, you

can make a real difference to the environment.

You can recycle the following goods, which h must be

clean and in good condition:

• Used clothing

• Bric-a-brac

• Furniture

• Household goods

By choosing one of these methods:

1 Phone Anglicare care (a Wester Western Au Australian

charity) on 6253 3535 to ar arrange for a

collection on from your home. home

Before re the Anglicare drivers call to collect


items, ms, please put small sma items ms in pplastics


or boxes oxes and place ce the th the he bag bags/boxes where the

driverss can an see

them clearly from m the roa road andd

away way from fro goods not to be taken.

2 Contact t another preferred char charity and an

arrange for a home me collection collecti by phon oning:

Good Samaritan Industries ...... 1300 855 5 130

Salvation Army .................................. 13 72 58

St Vincent de Paul ......................... 9444 5622

Para – Quad Industries .................. 9381 0111

3 Hold a garage sale.

4 Take it to the Recycling Centre Balcatta,

238 Balcatta Road, Balcatta.

Garden Waste

All garden waste can be recycled if it is free from

contamination by junk.

You can recycle garden waste by choosing one of

these methods:

1 Compost the smaller materials or use a worm

farm – worm farms can be bought through

the City of Stirling or can be made from

household materials.

2 Take it to the Recycling Centre, Balcatta.

A fee applies to have garden waste recycled at

the he Re Recycling Centre by the City’s contractors.

N.B. . Every house in the City of Stirling is

issu sued with one pass for the free disposal of

construction co (sand and bricks icks only, no

timber) or

garden waste ste at the RRecycling

Centre, Balcatta.

If you rent, ask your landlord or your letting

agent ent fo for the pass the City has issued for this

purpose. .

If the gardden

waste is contaminated with junk, it

will be class ssed as mixed waste and a higher fee

will be chargged

to dispose of this non-recyclable

waste at the RRecycling

Centre, Balcatta.

DO NOT dump p wwaste,

as it is illegal and can

attract a $1,00 000 fi ne.

N.B. Placing Placin household junk on the verge during a

garden waste collection is considered as dumping

waste and a fi ne may be imposed.

City of Stirling 25 Cedric Street Stirling WA 6021

Telephone (08) 9345 8555 | Facsimile (08) 9345 8822



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