WASTE AND RECYCLING

The Boyup Brook Transfer Station (Jayes Road) is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12.00 noon to 4.00pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00am to 4.00pm – fees apply. 

RUBBISH COLLECTION AND EFFLUENT DISPOSAL

Deep sewerage is not provided anywhere within the district. Consequently, septic tanks and leach drains are the predominant method of effluent disposal. To organise septic tank emptying ring either Warren Blackwood Waste on 9777 1025 or Bridgetown Liquid Waste on 9731 2650 or Mob: 0428 771 223. For more information on septic tanks visit the Department of Health website.

Rubbish is collected in the Boyup Brook town every Wednesday morning. Please ensure your “wheelie” bin is on the kerb side before 6am. Bins that are too heavy (70kg limit) will not be emptied.

Rural rate payers are issued with a tip pass.

The Boyup Brook Transfer Station (Jayes Road) is open on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12.00 noon to 4.00pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00am to 4.00pm – fees apply.  No asbestos should be placed in the Transfer Trailer nor should the waste be contaminated with foreign materials.

RECYCLING

A free kerbside pick up is also provided in the Boyup Brook town for recyclable materials. Recycling bins are collected every second Wednesday starting 23 September 2015.  Materials collected include aluminium cans, steel cans, newspaper, magazines, glass and some plastics.

In addition to the regular rubbish collection, the Council provides a Transfer Station and Recycling Facility situated on the Boyup Brook-Arthur River Road, less than two kilometres from the town. Opening times are Tuesdays and Thursdays from 12.00 noon to 4.00pm and Saturdays and Sundays from 10.00am to 4.00pm – fees apply. The Recycling Facility is accessible 24 hours per day. Aluminium cans, paper, glass, steel cans, magazines, wax cardboard, cardboard and some plastics are accepted free of charge.

For more information on kerbside waste collection visit the Perthwaste Green Recycling website or contact the Shire 9765 1200.

Refer to the Current Fees and Charges document in the Public Notice section of the Document Centre for more information on the Transfer Station fees.

 

 

Asbestos

Follow the six steps below for reducing your risk with asbestos. For more information read  Asbestos A Guide for Householders and the General Public. The do's and don'ts for handling asbestos can be found on pages 29 - 34. For more information on asbestos removal contact the Shire Health Officer 9765 1200.

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