Recycling Drop Off Locations

A handy summary sheet of recycling locations in our Member Council areas can be found here

Household batteries

Fluorescent globes and tubes

Mobile phones

Printer cartridges

Other recyclables

Household batteries

There are a number of convenient public places including libraries, council offices and retail facilities in Perth’s western suburbs where residents can recycle their used household batteries:

Retail & Recreation Facilities:

  • Bunnings Cottesloe (460 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe)
  • Bunnings Homebase Subiaco (55 Salvado Rd, Subiaco)
  • Bunnings Claremont (Bay View Centre, Claremont)
  • Claremont Aquatic Centre (12 Davies Road, Claremont)
  • JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility (Cnr Brockway Rd and Lemnos St, Shenton Park)
  • Lords Recreation Centre (3 Price Street, Subiaco)
  • Mosman Park Mens Shed (Tom Perrott Reserve, Mosman Park)

Libraries:

  • City of Subiaco Library (Corner Rokeby Road and Bagot Road, Subiaco)
  • The Grove Library (1 Leake Street, Peppermint Grove)
  • Claremont Library (Srtirling Highway, Claremont)

Council Offices:

  • Town of Cottesloe (109 Broome Street, Cottesloe)
  • Town of Claremont (308 Stirling Highway Claremont)
  • Town of Mosman Park (Corner Bay View Tce and Memorial Drive, Mosman Park)
  • WMRC Administration Office (Cnr Marine Pde & Warton St, Cottesloe)

 

Battery recycling bins are located throughout the Perth metropolitan area.  Click here and enter your Local Council for your nearest collection bin.  

We run a comprehensive Household Battery Recycling Program and also a Schools' Battery Recycling Program.

This project is funded by the Waste Authority through the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Account

Fluorescent globes and tubes

Globes can be dropped off at these locations:

  • Bunnings Homebase Subiaco (55 Salvado Rd, Subiaco)
  • Bunnings Cottesloe (460 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe)
  • Bunnings Claremont (303 Stirling Highway, Claremont)
  • Claremont Aquatic Centre (Davies Road, Claremont)
  • JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility (Cnr Brockway Rd and Lemnos St, Shenton Park)
  • Lords Recreation Centre, Subiaco (Price Street, Subiaco)
  • The Grove Library, (Leake St, Peppermint Grove)
  • Subiaco Library (Rokeby Rd, Subiaco)

Tubes can be dropped off at:

  • Bunnings Subiaco Homebase (55 Salvado Rd, Subiaco)
  • Bunnings Cottesloe (460 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe)
  • JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility (Cnr Brockway Rd and Lemnos St, Shenton Park)
  • Bunnings Claremont (303 Stirling Highway, Claremont)

Mobile phones

Old mobile phones, chargers and accessories can be dropped off at most Telstra stores across Perth. You can also check Mobile Muster's website for a huge list of drop off locations around Perth. They can also be dropped off here:

  • Claremont Aquatic Centre (Davies Road, Claremont)
  • JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility (Cnr Brockway Rd and Lemnos St, Shenton Park)
  • Lords Recreation Centre, Subiaco (Price Street, Subiaco)

Printer cartridges

Printer cartridges can be recycled at most post offices and Harvey Norman stores. Check here for locations.

They can also be dropped off here:

  • Bunnings Cottesloe (460 Stirling Highway, Cottesloe)
  • Claremont Aquatic Centre (Davies Road, Claremont)
  • JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility (Cnr Brockway Rd and Lemnos St, Shenton Park)
  • Lords Recreation Centre, Subiaco (Price Street, Subiaco)
  • The Grove Library, Peppermint Grove (Leake St, Peppermint Grove)

Other recyclables

The JFR (Jim) McGeough Resource Recovery Facility offers free recycling to residents for the following items:

  • Batteries (all batteries including car and household)
  • Electronic waste (computers, televisions, printers)
  • Fluorescent globes and tubes
  • Hazardous waste (eg aerosols, engine fluids, poisons, pesticides, pool chemicals, smoke detectors. Some of these items are recyclable; others will be disposed of safely. Up to 20kg/20L per visit) Details here
  • Mobile phones
  • Motor oil
  • Paint
  • Printer cartridges
  • Empty gas bottles
  • Scrap metal

For more information on recycling services, visit these websites:

Recycle Right

A-Z Disposal Guide

 

Recycling station at Claremont Aquatic Centre  Battery recycling bin at Bunnings

This project is funded by the Waste Authority through the Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery Account