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Everything you need to know about managing your waste and recycling.DOMESTIC WASTE AND RECYCLING GUIDE2017/18joondalup.wa.gov.auYour yellow lid recycling bin is for recyclable items only. If an item is not listed please do not place it in your yellow lid bin.RECYCLING BINRECYCLINGWhat you CANNOT place in your yellow lid binKeep recyclables loose and not in bagsFlatten your cardboard boxes and squash your plastic bottles and cansRemove lids from all bottles place bottle lids in green lid bin Rinse your items1234Recycling tipsIf you are unsure about what can be recycled call 9400 4255 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for advice. The collection day guide is on the My Bin Collection tab. Nappies Garden waste or food waste Paint and paint tins eWaste Medical waste and syringes Clothing and textiles Hazardous waste (asbestos, garden and household chemicals, household batteries)Did you know you can place 1 x car battery and/or 1 x 5L container of engine oil (in the original container) beside your yellow lid recycling bin for collection? If not collected please call Cleanaway to book in a collection 9449 3363.What you CAN place in your yellow lid bin Plastic Food and drink container yoghurt pots, milk and juice bottles (with lids removed), plastic meat trays (all rinsed) Paper Magazines, cardboard (flattened), milk and juice cartons including UHT (rinsed) Aluminium and steel Food, drink, pet food cans (rinsed) and aerosol cans (empty/degassed) Glass Food and drink bottles and jars (rinsed) with lids removed including broken glassCheck out the list of new items that can be recycled Plastic plant pots Hard plastic toys (no metal, no dolls hair) Plastic coat hangers Rigid plastic containers cleaned (eg lunch boxes) Polystyrene packaging no beads, cups or trays Metal pots and pansRECYCLING BINGENERAL WASTE BINYour general waste (green lid) bin is for general household waste. The organic content is composted and the non organic residual waste is sent to landfill.GENERAL WASTE BINWhat you CAN place in your general waste (green lid) binWhat you CANNOT place in your general waste (green lid) bin Glass Hot or burning ash Old tyres Asbestos Batteries Bricks, concrete, sand and other building materials Household hazardous waste (pesticides, herbicides and other dangerous chemicals, combustible liquid, paint or other solvents, motor oil) Liquids Aerosols Food waste, scraps and leftovers Green waste (grass, small tree clippings and prunings, leaves) Broken toys Nappies and dog waste General household waste Broken shoes, old ragsYour general waste (green lid) bin is collected and transported to the Resource Recovery Facility.NO GLASS Whole or broken If glass is placed in the green lid bin, during the composting process the glass is crushed and it remains in the compost preventing it from becoming a usable soil enhancer. Glass should be placed in the yellow lid recycling bin so that it can be recycled.At the Resource Recovery Facility all organic contents such as garden waste, food scraps, cotton or textiles are composted.The No Glass campaign is coordinated by Mindarie Regional Council covering 170,000 households across four member councils; City of Joondalup, City of Wanneroo, City of Vincent and Town of Victoria Park.The remaining non organic contents of your green lid bin is sent to landfill.Journey of your general waste (green lid) binContractor Cleanaway T: 9449 3363MY BIN COLLECTIONSPlease ensure your bins: Are put out by 6.00am on the day of collection Are put away by 6.00pm on day of collection Weigh no more than 70kg Have the lids closed Have the bin handles and wheels facing your house (not the road) Are half a step in from the kerbside Are half a step apart from each other (on dual bin collection days)JULY 2017S M T W T F S12 3 4 5 6 7 89 10 11 12 13 14 1516 17 18 19 20 21 2223 24 25 26 27 28 2930 31NOVEMBER 2017S M T W T F S1 2 3 45 6 7 8 9 10 1112 13 14 15 16 17 1819 20 21 22 23 24 2526 27 28 29 30MARCH 2018S M T W T F S1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12 13 14 15 16 1718 19 20 21 22 23 2425 26 27 28 29 30 31SEPTEMBER 2017S M T W T F S1 23 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 19 20 21 22 2324 25 26 27 28 29 30JANUARY 2018S M T W T F S1 2 3 4 5 67 8 9 10 11 12 1314 15 16 17 18 19 2021 22 23 24 25 26 2728 29 30 31MAY 2018S M T W T F S1 2 3 4 56 7 8 9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 29 30 31AUGUST 2017S M T W T F S1 2 3 4 56 7 8 9 10 11 1213 14 15 16 17 18 1920 21 22 23 24 25 2627 28 29 30 31DECEMBER 2017S M T W T F S1 23 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 19 20 21 22 2324 25 26 27 28 29 3031APRIL 2018S M T W T F S1 2 3 4 5 6 78 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 2829 30OCTOBER 2017S M T W T F S1 2 3 4 5 6 78 9 10 11 12 13 1415 16 17 18 19 20 2122 23 24 25 26 27 2829 30 31FEBRUARY 2018S M T W T F S1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 1011 12 13 14 15 16 1718 19 20 21 22 23 2425 26 27 28JUNE 2018S M T W T F S1 23 4 5 6 7 8 910 11 12 13 14 15 1617 18 19 20 21 22 2324 25 26 27 28 29 30WEEK 1Burns Beach, Duncraig, Hillarys, Joondalup, Kallaroo, Kingsley, Kinross, Mullaloo, Ocean Reef, WarwickWEEK 2Beldon, Connolly, Craigie, Currambine, Edgewater, Greenwood, Heathridge. Iluka, Marmion, Padbury, Sorrento, Woodvale0.5m0.5mRecycling Bin Collection WeeksRecycling Bin Collection WeeksChanges to the Recycling and Domestic Collections on Public HolidaysThere are no bin collections on Christmas Day and New Years Day. As Christmas and New Years Day both fall on a Monday, all bin collections for those two weeks will change by one day. So if your usual collection day is a Monday your bin will be collected Tuesday, Tuesdays will move to Wednesday, Wednesday to Thursday, Thursday to Friday and Friday to Saturday. Good Friday 2018 Attention Burns Beach, Joondalup, Kinross, Connolly, Currambine and Iluka residents, collection day will be on Easter Saturday.Public HolidayseWaste Recycling DayGarage Sale Trail Charity Clothing and Textiles Drop-off Day MY BIN COLLECTIONSBin Collection DaysMonday Duncraig, Edgewater, Marmion, SorrentoTuesday Hillarys, Kallaroo, Craigie, PadburyWednesday Kingsley, Warwick, Beldon, GreenwoodThursday Mullaloo, Ocean Reef, Heathridge, WoodvaleFriday Burns Beach, Joondalup, Kinross, Connolly, Currambine, IlukaA-Z DISPOSAL GUIDE A-Z DISPOSAL GUIDEDo you have an item that youre not sure how to correctly dispose of? Use this handy A-Z guide to find the right disposal method for common items.For more items please see the full A-Z list on the Citys website at joondalup.wa.gov.auItems ListA Aerosol cans (full) M Manure/animal droppings Ammunition, explosives Meat trays (polystyrene/ foam) Animal litter/bedding waste * Medicine Asbestos Mirrors Ash Mirrors broken Automotive fluids (coolant, brake fluid) Mobile phonesB Batteries (household) N Nappies (disposable) Beanbag filling (balls) * Nespresso pods Bicycles O Oil (cooking) Books good condition P Package polystyrene (packaging foam) Bricks reusable Paint and solvents Bricks broken Pesticides Bubble wrap Petrol and diesel Building materials/waste*** Picture frames brokenC CDs/CD Cases Picture frames Cameras Pillows Car parts (gear boxes, engines, panels) Plastic bags (empty) Cassette tapes (audio and video) Plastic containers Christmas tree (live) Plastic plant pots Christmas tree (artificial) Poisons Chemicals (house, garden and pool) Pool covers Cleaning products (house, garden) Pots and Pans Clothing, textiles, blankets and fabrics Prams/pushchairs Coat hangers Printer Cartridges Coffee grounds R Refrigerators and freezers Coffee Pods (except Nespresso) Rope Computers, components, accessories Reticulation pipe Concrete Rugs Corks wine/champagne S Scrap metal (sheeting, wire) Crockery/ceramics (plates, cups) Shoes Crockery/ceramics broken Smoke alarms Cutlery (metal) SoapD Doonas Soil DVDs / DVD player SpectaclesE Electrical appliances Sporting goods Electronic devices (eWaste) Suitcases Electric blankets * Syringes and needles EPIRBS T Timber (treated)F Fire extinguishers Toiletries (toothpaste, toothbrushes) Flares Tools Fluorescent globes Tools electrical Furniture Toys broken Furniture (broken) Toys G Gas cylinders (LPG/propane/butane) Tupperware food containers Glad wrap (clean) Tyres Guttering V Vacuum cleanerH Heat packs gel/wheat Vacuum cleaner dust Hose piping (reticulation or pipe) Video player/tapesI Insecticides Vinyl Ink cartridges W Wheelbarrow (tyre removed)J Jewellery Wine bladders (pourer removed)K Kerosene Wood (broken furniture, cut-offs)L Laminated paper Wooden pallets Light globes X X-ray films Lolly wrappers (sweet wrappers) Lunch boxesDROP OFF LOCATIONS Tamala Park Recycling Centre or tip CLAW environmental Charity Wangara Greens Recycling Centre Department of Transport Hillarys Boat Harbour Local Police Charity clothing drop-off days City of Joondalup Libraries Quinns Quarry * Check website for locations Bulk Hard Waste skip CMA ecocycle Coles public plastic recycling bin General waste bin Recycling bin Bunnings Joondalup/Warwick Grove Shopping CentreBULK HARD WASTEBULK HARD WASTEThe Bulk Hard Waste Collection includes three services per financial year including:One white good collection serviceOne mattress collection serviceOne three cubic metre skip bin or one lounge suite collection serviceResidents can book any of the three services throughout the financial year. Each service will be delivered as close to residents requested dates as possible. For more information visit joondalup.wa.gov.au or call 9400 4255.You CAN place the following in your skipYou CANNOT place the following in your skipLarge bulky household items including: Household furniture Floor coverings (e.g. carpets/underlay) Bed frames/headboards Oversized cardboard packaging Old bicycles/exercise equipment General junk/bulky household items BBQs/outdoor furniture Hot water systems Green waste/turf (real) Tyres Gas bottles Car parts Asbestos/fencing Food waste Mattresses White goods Bagged waste Sand, rubble, concrete pavers etc. Liquid waste Glass items (windows/glass panes, tables) Household hazardous waste (including paints, garden or household chemicals, fire extinguishers, gas cylinders) eWaste such as televisions, computers, monitors, mobile phones Construction/demolition or building waste including bathroom suites, basins, toilets etc.What can I put in my skip?Skip bins cannot be placed on artificial turf or stencilled pavingThe on request bulk hard waste collection service assists residents in disposing of or recycling their unwanted/broken larger household items.HARDFrequently Asked QuestionDo not fill the skip above the fill line Where will the items go for reprocessing?Skip Waste Waste placed in your skip will be taken to a recycling facility. This waste processing plant segregates waste streams for recycling.Mattresses Will be processed at a recycling facility where up to 90% of all mattress components are recycled.White Goods White Goods are processed at a recycling centre where the fridges and air conditioners are degassed prior to recycling.For bookings use the online booking form via the Citys website.NO GREEN WASTEBULK GREEN WASTEThere are three different ways to recycle your green waste in the City. Use all three or choose what suits you best.2 Smaller loose green waste for your general waste (green lid) binIf it needs to be bagged bin it. Grass clippings Fallen leaves Small pruningsThese items will be composted at the Resource Recovery Facility.Remember: All bulk green waste must be placed loose on the verge with no use of boxes, bags or containers. All non-green waste items will be considered littering. Bulk green waste will be shredded and mulched therefore, it cannot be contaminated with any other waste. Do not place bulk green waste on artificial turf, stencilled paving or near water meters or power domes.You CAN put out:You CANNOT put out: Garden prunings Tree loppings (less than 1.5m in length) Palm leaves Tree limbs, branches, small logs (1.5m in length)Note: branches more than 150mm in diameter must be cut into 300mm lengths. Building rubble Treated timber/pine Pallets Railway sleepers Processed wood Bagged waste To view the collection schedule please see the Bulk Green Waste Collections tab of this guide or visit joondalup.wa.gov.au1 Bulk green waste verge collectionThe bulk green waste verge collection is for green garden waste only.GREENWhen stocks are available, a supply of free mulch can be collected using your mulch vouchers all trailers must be covered by tarpaulins and secured with rope.3 Green waste taken to greens recycling facility via car and trailerWangara Greens Recycling Facility70 Motivation Drive, Wangara All green waste see tip voucher for item sizing Turf with soil removedGreen waste tipping vouchers must be presented or charges will apply. Find your vouchers at the back of this guide. See the back of this waste guide for your green waste tipping and mulch vouchers.BULK GREEN WASTECheck the map for your next green waste verge collection date.BULK GREEN WASTE COLLECTIONSWaste management online If you cannot find your area visit joondalup.wa.gov.au where you can search for your street address using the waste search tool and check your community newspaper for weekly adverts.Bulk green waste can be placed on verges no earlier than 10 days before the advertised collection date. Failure to meet this requirement will result in a fine.GREENIllegal dumping of rubbish should be reported to City Rangers on 1300 655 860.BULK GREEN WASTE COLLECTIONSBLACKALL DRHEPBURN AVEHEPBURN AVECOCKMAN RDKANANGRA CRBLACKALL DRCOOLIBAH DRALLENSWOOD RDGARNKIRK RDWARWICK RDBEACH RDWANNEROO RDBALLANTINE RDWARWICK RDDORCHESTER AVEMITCHELL FWYHEPBURN AVE GLENGARRY DRLILBURNE RDMARRI RDWARWICK RDBEACH RDMITCHELL FWYPOYNTER DRBEACH RDHIGH STMARMION AVESEACREST D RST HELIER DRWEST COAST DRMARMION AVEHEPBURN AVEWANNEROO RDWHITFORDS AVEMOOLANDA BVDBARRIDALE DRWHITFORDS AVEKINGSLEY DRGIBSON AVEMITCHELL FWYWARBURTON AVEGILES AVEFORREST RDGIBSON AVEWHITFORDS AVEFLINDERS AVEWHITFORDS AVEWHITFORDS AVENORTHSHORE DRDAMPIER AVEMULLALOO DRMARMION AVEDAMPIER AVEOCEAN REEF RDOCEANSIDE PROMCRAIGIE DREDDYSTONE AVEOCEAN REEF RDTIMBERCREST RIMITCHELL FWYOCEAN REEF RDTRAPPERS DRTIMBERLANE DRTRAPPERS DRWOODVALE DRWANNEROO RDOCEAN REEF RDJOONDALUP DREDGEWATER DRLAKESIDE DREDDYSTONE AVEMITCHELL FWYCARIDEAN STPOSEIDON RDMERMAID WYMARMION AVEHODGES DRMARMION AVEOCEAN REEF RDSHENTON AVEMARMION AVEMARMION AVEBURNS BEACH RDBURNS BEACH RDMITCHELL FWYHODGES DRSHENTON AVEBURNS BEACH RDMITCHELL FWYJOONDALUP DRLAKES IDE DRJOONDALUP DRBURNS BEACH RDMOORE DRCANDLEWOOD BLVDBEACH RDWHITFORDS AVE373836333231343515242922233028201918212526 27171614138734312 1110941402 16 5 44442392017Map area Suburb Collection date1 Duncraig (1) 24 July2 Duncraig (2) 31 July3 Duncraig (3) 7 August4 Duncraig (4) 14 August5 Duncraig (5) 21 August6 Marmion 28 August7 Marmion/Sorrento 4 September8 Sorrento 11 September9 Kingsley (1) 18 September10 Kingsley (2) 25 September11 Kingsley (3) 2 October12 Kingsley (4) 9 October13 Padbury (1) 16 October14 Padbury (2) 23 October15 Padbury (3) 30 October16 Hillarys (1) 6 November17 Hillarys (2) 13 November18 Kallaroo (1) 20 November19 Kallaroo (2) 27 November20 Craigie 4 December21 Craigie/part Beldon 11 DecemberNo collection from Monday 18 December 2017 Monday 15 January 20182018Map area Suburb Collection date22 Mullaloo (1) 15 January23 Mullaloo (2) 22 January24 Beldon 29 January25 Woodvale (1) 5 February26 Woodvale (2) 12 February27 Woodvale (3) 19 February28 Edgewater 26 February29 Heathridge (1) 5 March30 Heathridge (2) 12 March31 Ocean Reef (1) 19 March32 Ocean Reef (2) 26 March33 Connolly 2 April34 Joondalup 9 April35 Joondalup/City North 16 April36 Currambine 23 April37 Iluka/Burns Beach 30 April38 Kinross 7 May39 Greenwood (1) 14 May40 Greenwood (2) 21 May41 Greenwood (3) 28 May42 Greenwood (4) 4 June43 Warwick (1) 11 June44 Warwick (2) 18 JuneMissed your collection or cant wait?Residents can use Wangara Greens Recycling Facility on weekends and public holidays. A valid City of Joondalup tipping voucher must be presented or charges will apply. Vouchers can be found on the back of this waste guide. More waste information can be found on the Citys website at joondalup.wa.gov.auDo not place waste in City parks, vacant blocks or on other peoples vergesWaste must be placed away from power domes, water meters, artificial turf and stencilled pavingCONTACTS AND EVENTSGarage Sale Trail The Garage Sale Trail is Australias fastest-growing sustainability/reuse event giving residents a chance to de-clutter, reuse and meet your neighbours.Support this event and register at garagesaletrail.com.au to buy or sell on Saturday 21 and Sunday 22 October 2017.Waste Disposal CentresCharity Clothing and Textiles Drop-OffCLOTHINGThe City holds clothing and textiles drop-off days throughout the year in partnership with local charities: Vinnies, Salvos and Anglicare WA.Items that can be donated at these events include good quality clothing, bedding, towels, textiles and other fabrics down to odd socks.The next event is Saturday 2 September 2017, 9.00am 2.00pm. Check the Citys website for locations. Follow the City on Facebook or Twitter to stay up to date with the drop off days.City of Stirling Balcatta Recycling and Waste Transfer Station238 Balcatta Rd, Balcatta T: 9345 8555 CLAW Environmental Expanded Polystyrene (EPS)5 Forge St, WelshpoolT: 9333 4888Mindarie Regional Council Tamala Park Tip and Recycling Centre 1700 Marmion Ave, Tamala Parkmrc.wa.gov.au T: 9306 6303Mobile MusterMobile phone recyclingmobilemuster.com.au T: 1300 730 070Non-organic Disposals Clean fill, bricks, limestone, concrete115 Furniss Rd, Darch T: 9302 1205Quinns Quarry Building rubble, sand and concrete, asbestos222 Hester Ave, Neerabup T: 9407 5069Wangara Greens Recycling CentreGreen garden waste only open on weekends and public holidays70 Motivation Dr, WangaraCity of JoondalupGeneral waste, recycling and broken, lost or stolen bin enquiries.joondalup.wa.gov.au T: 9400 4255Collection ContractorCleanawayDomestic waste and recycling collections. cleanaway.com.au T: 9449 3363For bulk hard waste online bookings visit the Citys waste webpage.Charity PartnersAnglicareanglicarewa.org.au T: 6253 3535 Salvossalvosstores.com.au T: 13 72 58Vinniesvinnies.org.au T: 9444 5622If your items are in good condition and reusable, give to charities. These charities will make home collections for larger household furniture items.eeWaste Drop-Off EventeWaste is discarded electronic equipment which if sent to landfill releases hazardous substances into the environment. The next event will be Saturday 26 and Sunday 27 August 2017. Support the Citys eWaste drop off days. Visit the Citys website for a list of eWaste items and more information.Community Recycling Drop Off LocationsThe City of Joondalup has developed recycling in community spaces for those other items. Below are local places you can drop off certain items in your area free of charge:Light globes Bunnings JoondalupHousehold batteries and old mobile phones City of Joondalup Libraries - Joondalup, Woodvale, Whitford and DuncraigHousehold hazardous waste Tamala Park and Balcatta Recycling CentreseWaste Tamala Park and Balcatta Recycling CentresCONTACTS AND EVENTSGREEN WASTE AND MULCH 2017/18 TIPPING VOUCHERSCash and vouchers only. No EFTPOS facilities on site.For further information, call 9400 4255 or 9405 5000 after hours. Open 8.00am 4.45pm weekends and public holidays only. Closed weekdays, Good Friday, Christmas and New Years DayTipping vouchers can be found at the back of the Waste Guide which is being delivered to letterboxes mid July. Vouchers cover one standard entry for a car and trailer or a car with up to 500kg of clean greens. A tonnage fee will be charged for additional clean greens and entry without a voucher. Clean greens are small prunnings, grass clippings, branches up to 1.5m long.No other materials will be accepted.Contaminated loads with sand, rocks and bricks will not be accepted. See the Citys website for full list of unacceptable materials. Not valid at Tamala Park. Not for resale.Wangara Greens Recycling Facility 70 Motivation Drive, Wangara WA 6065 Free Mulch Mulching your garden lowers evaporation and water requirements, aids water dispersal and can help to reduce weeds. All trailers must be covered by a tarpaulin and rope for collection. Health Warning Garden mulch contains micro-organisms that may be harmful to your health. Always wear gloves and wash your hands afterwards. Keep mulch damp whilst in use and avoid inhaling the mix. The facility processes clean loads of tree prunings and green waste into mulch. Weekly collection of household waste Fortnightly recycling service Operation of the Wangara Recycling Centre Bulk hard waste skip bin (on request) Mattress and white good collection Green waste verge collectionYour annual refuse charge goes towards:Without a tip voucher the cost is $30.00 per trailer load (6x4) and mulch is $30.00 per cubic metre (6x4 trailer).City of Joondalup | 90 Boas Avenue Joondalup WA 6027 | PO Box 21 Joondalup WA 6919 T: 9400 4255 F: 9300 1383 | joondalup.wa.gov.auThis document is available in alternate formats upon request.
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