Three wheelie bins for recycling and waste

Consultation has concluded

Three wheelie bins

14 June 2019

From November 2019, residents in the Town of Bassendean will have three rubbish bins – one each for rubbish, recyclables, and food/garden waste.

Why?

We’re trying to reduce the amount of waste we produce and the amount that goes to landfill. To standardise waste management, the WA Government has set targets for adoption of the 3-bin system across all local governments in the Perth and Peel regions by 2025. We recognise this is a big change in the way we organise our waste and can only be achieved through your help and understanding.

What do the bin colours mean?

You will have three bins:

Red lid bin: General household waste that goes to the landfill

Yellow lid bin: Recyclable waste such as glass, paper and recyclable plastics

Lime Green lid bin : Food, organics and garden waste which becomes compost.

For more information, see the frequently asked questions.

Have Your Say

  • Complete this survey by Friday 14 June
  • Send an email to yoursay@bassendean.wa.gov.au
  • Phone 93778000

Want to know more?

Look for Council’s waste education stall at the Old Perth Road Markets on the last Sunday of each month and at the Hawaiian Shopping Centre on 27 June, 16 and 25 July, and 13 and 22 August.

14 June 2019

From November 2019, residents in the Town of Bassendean will have three rubbish bins – one each for rubbish, recyclables, and food/garden waste.

Why?

We’re trying to reduce the amount of waste we produce and the amount that goes to landfill. To standardise waste management, the WA Government has set targets for adoption of the 3-bin system across all local governments in the Perth and Peel regions by 2025. We recognise this is a big change in the way we organise our waste and can only be achieved through your help and understanding.

What do the bin colours mean?

You will have three bins:

Red lid bin: General household waste that goes to the landfill

Yellow lid bin: Recyclable waste such as glass, paper and recyclable plastics

Lime Green lid bin : Food, organics and garden waste which becomes compost.

For more information, see the frequently asked questions.

Have Your Say

  • Complete this survey by Friday 14 June
  • Send an email to yoursay@bassendean.wa.gov.au
  • Phone 93778000

Want to know more?

Look for Council’s waste education stall at the Old Perth Road Markets on the last Sunday of each month and at the Hawaiian Shopping Centre on 27 June, 16 and 25 July, and 13 and 22 August.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Three wheelie bin survey

    The Town of Bassendean is implementing a three bin recycling and waste system from November 2019. This includes the introduction of a Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) bin, which will have a light green lid.

    The Town recognises this is a big change in the way we organise our waste and seeks your help by completing this survey.

    The Town of Bassendean is implementing a three bin recycling and waste system from November 2019. This includes the introduction of a Food Organics Garden Organics (FOGO) bin, which will have a light green lid.

    The Town recognises this is a big change in the way we organise our waste and seeks your help by completing this survey.

    Consultation has concluded