The Shire conducts a residential clean up program three times per year.
The next date for bulk rubbish collection will be:
MONDAY 28 August 2017
The Shire of Peppermint Grove’s ‘Bulk Waste Verge Collection’ service is for the pickup of general hard waste, greenwaste and whitegoods only.
All items for disposal are to be neatly placed on your front verge. Please be considerate with the placement of these items to ensure they do not obstruct the footpath or the line of sight for pedestrians, cyclists or vehicles.
Any goods placed out on the verge after the nominated time will not be collected and the contractor will not return for late pickups.
Strictly no waste is to be placed on the verge before the nominated date. Any material put out before this date will be treated as illegal dumping by the Shire Ranger.
All waste is to be placed at least 0.5 metre away from fences and 1 metre away from street trees.
Greenwaste and hard waste must be placed in clearly separate piles at least 1 metre apart.
The maximum amount of waste that will be collected from any property should not exceed 2 cubic metres (approximately one standard 6’ x 4’ trailer load).
Tree branches are to be no longer than 1.5 metres in length, 150mm in diameter and the cut ends are to be placed facing the street.
Loose material such as lawn clippings, small cuttings and leaves must be placed in sealed boxes or bags. Please note these will not be returned.
For child safety reasons all whitegoods such as fridges, freezers, washing machines, ovens etc MUST have the doors / lid removed.
The Shire and its Contractors WILL NOT collect the following:
Vehicle parts, tyres or batteries
Paint, liquids of any description, oils, flammable materials, acids or solvents
Building materials, cement or cement products, bricks, sand, rubble, plate glass etc.
Poisons, pesticides, medicines or other hazardous material
Mattresses or bed bases
The Shire thanks you for your co-operation.
You can also dispose of certain bulky items outside of bulk collection times at the JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility. Click herefor a full list of accepted items (note that charges may apply – please check the website).
How to dispose of certain household hazardous waste
Medicines – return to pharmacy for disposal.
LPG Cylinders – Unserviceable cylinders ( i.e. those over 10 years old) may be returned to any Kleenheat Gas House Store for degassing and disposal.
Paint – Remove lid and allow remaining contents to dry out. When dry, place in rubbish bin or put it out with the JUNK for the verge collection.
Up to 20L or 20kg of household hazardous waste may be dropped off for free at the JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility. Clickhere for a full list of accepted items.