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E-waste is one of the fastest growing waste streams and includes many hazardous materials which are used in all manner of computing, electronic devices and electrical appliances. The National Television and Computer Recycling Scheme operates in WA and provides drop-off points for items to be recycled.


Glass is one of the most persistent materials in the environment and can be recycled many times over.

Hazardous waste includes paint, pesticides, chemicals, used oil, light globes.

We actively support the promotion and wise use of organic resources that would otherwise be considered to be waste. When properly composted recycled organic material is applied to land it can improve soil quality and reduce nutrient losses.

Businesses operatoring as recyclers or those wishing to enter into the market

Waste to energy is an evolving technology used to convert waste to electricity by high temperature incineration

To locate the archive of newsletters published as PDFs prior to the e-news format, click here.

Component of the waste stream likely to become putrid - including wastes that contain organic materials such as food wastes or wastes of animal or vegetable origin, which readily bio-degrade within the environment of a landfill.

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