Collection of waste & recyclable material is contracted to Suez who are responsible for all bin repairs & replacement as well as handle all direct enquiries for efficient service. To visit their website, click here
Who do I contact about my bins?
Please contact Suez on 13 13 35 for enquiries relating to:
- Bin collection (incl. bin days and missed services)
- Repair of existing bins
Please contact the Town of Mosman Park on 9384 1633, for enquiries relating to:
- Replacing existing bins
- Request for additional bins
Who do the bins belong to?
The bins are the property of Suez. Your bins have serial numbers stamped on them and these numbers have been recorded against your property. The bin must remain at the property to which they are delivered.
How many bins are included in a ‘standard rubbish service’?
Each premises in the Town of Mosman Park is issued with two bins:
- 1 x 120L bin (small bin with a green lid) is the weekly general waste bin and
- 1 x 240L bin (larger bin with yellow lid) is the recycling bin, which is collected fortnightly on the same day as the general waste bin.
What happens if I overload or overfill my bins?
The West Metro Recycling Centre accepts a wide range of recyclable and non-recyclable items if kerbside collection is exceeded. For further information on opening times and items that can and cannot be accepted, click here to visit their webiste.
In WA our recycling centres are willing and able to take your recyclables. Not sure what goes into your yellow-lidded kerbside recycling bin? View the Recycling Matters Fact Sheet and find out what can and can’t go into your kerbside recycling bin. If in doubt, put it in your general waste bin (dark green lid)
You can also check out the Recycle Right Website, for further tips and guidelines on what goes in which bin.
What can I do to make sure items I place in my recycling bin are in fact recycled?
What can’t I put in my bins?
- Ash or hot coals/embers
- Asbestos and building materials
- Car batteries
What is hazardous waste and where can I depose of it?
Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) includes unwanted household products that contain chemicals or substances that can be harmful to you, your family, your pets, or the environment.
The closest facility for Mosman Park residents to dispose of their HHW is:
The West Metro Recycling Centre
Cr Brockway Road and Lemnos Street
Shenton Park, WA
Residents can dispose up to 20 litres or 20 kilograms of HHW FREE of charge for the following items:
||Heavy Metal Compounds
||Inorganic Oxidizing Agents (e.g. pool chlorine)
||Gas Cylinders (small household)
|Batteries (lead-acid and dry-cell)
|Compact fluorescent lights and tubes
||Mercury (e.g. thermometres)
|Electronic Waste (incl. mobile phones)
|Engine coolants and glycols
|Fire Extinguishers (non-halon only)
|Flammable liquids (e.g. fuels and hydrocarbons)
||Unknown Chemicals (must be in sealed, chemical resistant)
|General Household Chemicals (e.g cleaning products)
Mattresses and asbestos are also accepted, but for a fee. Please contact the Facility for current fees and conditions.
For more information on any of the above, please contact The West Metro Recycling Centre on (08) 9384 2544 or visit their website by clicking here.
Monday to Friday 7.30am - 3.45pm
Weekends 10.00am - 1.00pm
Public Holidays 7.30am - 1.00pm (closed Christmas Day, Good Friday and New Year’s Day)
Is there anywhere locally I can recycle my household batteries and mobile phones?
Yes there is! Please visit the Town’s Administration Building or The Grove Library to conveniently dispose of your household batteries and mobile phones.
Help I have excess waste to dispose of! Where can I take it?
Residents may dispose of excess rubbish at The West Metro Recycling Centre, located on the corner of Brockway Road and Lemnos Street in Shenton Park.
To visit the WMRC website, click here, or if you wish to view WMRC's current waste disposal fees, click here.