Choose how to recycle:
As a result of changes in the world market for recycled materials, there have been some changes to what can be placed in the yellow topped recycling bin. These changes have been implemented across Western Australia.
It is important to understand these changes as:
The main changes are:
are various drop off / collection points in the City of Kalamunda for household (dry cell) batteries, light globes, mobile phones and ink cartridges.Find out more including locations here
Refer to Cleanaway’s Frequently Asked Questions and Top 10 items contaminating your recycling guide.
Polystyrene, meat trays, cups and beads
Soft plastics, plastic bags or soft ‘scrunchable’ plastics – these can be taken to a REDcycle drop-off point for recycling. Find a REDcycle drop-off point near you.
Green waste or food waste
Community can now donate secondhand household items to Kalamunda's reuse shop located at Walliston Transfer Station - Second Chance.
Opened in March 2022, the City reuse shop is managed by Workpower, a WA disability service provider, your donations and purchases will support people with disability in employment and in the community.
Website: https://workpower.com.au/secondchancekalamunda/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SecondChanceKalamunda
Thursday, Saturday, Sunday: 8.30am - 3pmFriday: 8.30am - 2pmCLOSED: Public Holidays and TOTAL FIRE BANS
Walliston Transfer Station, 155 Lawnbrook Road, Walliston
Have more questions - find out more via the Second Chance website: https://workpower.com.au/secondchancekalamunda/
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.