Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) includes unwanted household products that contain chemicals, flammable constituents, corrosive and oxidiser agents or toxic substances that can be harmful to you, your family, your pets and the environment.Hazardous
Waste can be dangerous at every stage of its ‘life’; that is because these materials could:
Download WALGA Household Hazardous Waste Information Sheet
Residents are encouraged to dispose of their household hazardous waste at Red Hill Waste Management Facility as they accept the vast majority of HHW. Residents are entitled to dispose of up to 20litres (lt) or 20 kilograms (kg) of HHW for free (Proof of ID or rates statement required).
House Hazardous Waste accepted at Walliston Transfer Station
Household Hazardous Waste accepted at Red Hill Waste Management FacilityPlease contact waste facility for other costs of disposal.
Asbestos can be taken to Red Hill for processing, however it is not free for residents of the City of Kalamunda with pricing dependent on amount. Prior warning of a delivery of Asbestos is also required as staff assistance is required when removing from
It is hard to tell just by looking if a product contains asbestos, if in doubt it is always recommended to seek professional advice and treat any material believed to be asbestos as asbestos. Homes built prior to 1990 and have not been renovated have
a higher chance of containing asbestos. See the image for areas of the home where asbestos could be found.
View Asbestoswise website for further information
NOTE: Red Hill Waste Management is NOT free of charge for City of Kalamunda residents to dispose of other waste types. There are charges associated with disposing of other non-hazardous waste materials at this facility. Please contact this facility for further information.
Walliston Transfer Station
Red Hill Waste Management Facility
We respectfully acknowledge the Traditional Owners, the Whadjuk Noongar People as the Custodians of this land. We also pay respect to all Aboriginal community Elders, past, present and future who have and continue to reside in the area and have been an integral part of the history of this region.