Pilbara Waste Project

Data related to the Pilbara Waste project

The current waste management systems in the Pilbara and Broome rely heavily on local landfills, many of which were established more than a decade ago, before the generation of modern best practice siting, design and operational standards.

As new research informs planning and infrastructure decisions, relevant information and reports will be linked to this page.

Related Items

  • Pilbara-Broome Waste Study »

    A report on waste generation in the Pilbara and Broome regions. This study was commissioned to analyse the breakdown of waste generated, and how it is treated or disposed in the Pilbara and Broome regions. This report forms part of the Authority’s strategic review of waste management infrastructure. Waste types and quantities have also been projected up to the year 2035 to align with the Department of Planning’s planning framework.

  • Pilbara Waste Projections »

    A Waste Data Study for the Pilbara Region and Shire of Broome with the objective of gathering data on all key waste streams to:

    • Assist in infrastructure planning and policy
    • Facilitate the advancement of waste management systems in the Pilbara and Shire of Broome
    • Provide a framework for the future management of waste data.
  • Waste projections model Pilbara »

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for the Pilbara

  • Waste projections model Port Hedland »

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for Port Hedland

  • Waste projections model remote East Pilbara »

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for Remote East Pilbara

  • Waste projections model Tom Price »

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for Tom Price

  • Waste projections model Onslow

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for Onslow

  • Waste projections model Karratha »

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for Karratha

  • Waste projections model Newman »

    A waste projections model spreadhseet tool for Newman

  • Regional and Remote Australia - case studies »

    The Regional and Remote Australia Working Group has drawn together case studies from a variety of geographical and demographic contexts, ranging from projects undertaken in small remote communities to those in larger regional centres.

    The case studies capture a range of solutions that have been tried and tested, including projects that have not been successful but have nevertheless provided valuable learnings.

  • Recycling Activity in Western Australia 2011-12 »

    Report on the results of the survey of all recycling activity in Western Australia for the financial year 2011-12. It includes recovery rates, quantities of recycled materials, sector and geographic source of recycled materials.