What is the Waste Authority?
The Waste Authority is a statutory body comprising five members appointed by the Governor on the recommendation of the Minister for Environment.
Here you'll find information for people at home, at work and for government audiences.
- Waste Strategy: Creating the Right Environment
- Business Plan 2013/14
- Annual Report 2013/14
- Asbestos Guidelines for C&D Recycling
- The Waste Hierarchy
Authority ready for new challenges »(L to R) Neil Foley; Jenny Bloom, Deputy Chair; Marcus Geisler, Chairman; Victoria Bond; Glen McLeod
Waste and Recycle Conference 2014 »Our booth provided a number of items for delegates and visitors alike to reduce waste at this annual event
Congratulations to all the winners! »Sharing the limelight with Marcus Geisler, Chairman and the Hon Albert Jacob, Minister for Environment
Builder's guide improving recycling »Environment Minister, the Hon Albert Jacob; Chairman Marcus Geisler; Francis Burke & Geoff Cooper
Mattress recycling gets a boost »Chairman Marcus Geisler & Adam Johnson launching Garbologie's new recycling facility
Away from home recycling launch »(L to R) Chris Jeffreys, Stan Moore, Jacqueline McKenzie & Marcus Geisler, Authority Chair at Midland Gate
Castaways winning sculpture »Collective Art Award won by Livewire, Starlight Children's Foundation - painted TVs given a brand new life!
Nannup Music Festival »Putting recycling front and centre with workshops and performances using waste materials for instruments
MBA's Excellence in Recycling Award »(L to R) Winner Greg Carter, Home Buyer Centre; Authority Chairman Marcus Geisler; Geoff Cooper MBA
Recycling improves at Skyworks »Recycling stations like this one plus better signage and a rewards scheme lifted recycling rates by 31%
Better Bins launch »Chairman Marcus Geisler, Fremantle Councillor Doug Thompson and Environment Minister the Hon Albert Jacob
Australian Packaging Covenant »View the latest State Government Action Plan
E-waste is a growing problem »Old electronic devices could have another life. As hazardous waste they need special handling
Vegetables from a compost garden »Compost is a natural fertiliser
Printer cartridges can be recharged »Inkjet/laser toner cartridges should be recycled and kept out of landfill
for Residential »Where you live is one of the best places to reduce waste and increase recycling
for Commercial »Business can play a major role as it manages goods and services delivery
for Government »Councils, government agencies and departments can set benchmarks for best practice
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Regular meetings usually occur on the first Tuesday of each month.
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State Planning Strategy 2050 - waste infrastructure is included in section 2.4
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