View information on this page to find out how to safely dispose of hazardous and e-waste items.
Hazardous waste poses a serious risk to the public and environment due to its reactivity, flammability, corrosiveness or toxicity.
Some household items are classified as hazardous and cannot be put in a household bin or bulk verge collection. Please take them to a disposal site as per below.
|Item||Red Hill Waste Management Facility||Malaga Recycling Centre||Bullsbrook Recycling Centre||The Green Room||Libraries||Cost|
|Dry cell batteries||Y||Y||Y||Y||Y||Free|
|Wet cell batteries||Y||Y||Y||N||N||Free|
|Pool and garden chemicals||Y||N||N||N||N||Free|
|Needles and sharps (place in rigid, sealed container)||Y||N||N||N||N||Free|
(wrapped in plastic sheeting and taped)
|Empty aerosol cans||
(also accepts full cans)
Electronic waste (e-waste) includes items such as computers, mobile phones, white goods and so on. Many e-waste items can be recycled, this diverts waste from landfill, allows valuable resources to be reclaimed (such as copper wire, glass, plastics and metals) and reduces water and energy usage.
E-waste can be disposed of free of charge at the below sites.
|Item||Red Hill Waste Management Facility||Malaga Recycling Centre||Bullsbrook Recycling Centre||The Green Room||Libraries|
The Red Hill Waste Management Facility accepts a wide range of waste from the public, commercial operators, and local, regional, state and federal government organisations.
Find out what waste is accepted, hours of operation and fees and charges on the Red Hill Waste Management Facility website(open in new window).