Recycling and Waste

Recycling and Waste

The City of Armadale is committed to providing a comprehensive waste and recycling service to the community by conserving natural resources and reducing waste to landfill.

Space in Perth metropolitan landfills is limited and there will be no new landfills on the swan coastal plain.

The City’s landfill operations have been kept open due to the incredible recycling efforts by the community. By sorting rubbish, recycling and reusing, the community's collective efforts have made a difference.

We can all do more, minimising waste in the first instance and diverting waste from landfill through reuse and recycling. The State Government applies a landfill levy for every tonne of waste that is buried in landfill. The Landfill Levy increased on 1 July 2018 to $70 per tonne. This should encourage our community to improve how we manage our resources and reduce waste to landfill. Follow the principles of the waste hierarchy – AVOID, Reduce, Reuse, Recycle to reduce waste to landfill. Please view the Drop'n'Shop Reuse Centre, Bins and Collection, and Recycle at NO CHARGE pages below for more information regarding recyling.


  • Armadale Landfill and Recycling Facility
    Armadale Landfill and Recycling Facility

    The Armadale Landfill and Recycling Facility accepts general rubbish and green waste.

  • DropnShop Reuse Centre
    Drop 'n' Shop Reuse Centre

    The Drop 'n' Shop is all about resource conservation, creativity and giving new life to discarded items.

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    Junk Collection

    The City provides one junk collection each year where residents can place large items that they no longer need during a specified time and within certain criteria.

  • My Waste Collection Day

    Find Your Bin Day Information

  • asbestos disposal

    Asbestos is accepted at the Armadale Landfill and Recycling Facility from Monday to Saturday, 8.30am to 12.30pm.

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    Bin Tagging Program

    The Program focuses on reducing contamination and increasing resource recovery from the kerbside collection.

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    Green Waste Collection

    Green waste collections occur twice a year, generally falling in the spring and autumn months.

  • Bins and Collection
    Bins and Collection

    Find out your bin day and how to order new bins, replacement bins or repairs to bins.

  • Composting and Compost Bins
    Composting and Compost Bins

    Composting is the systematic breaking down of organic material, for use mostly within the gardening environment.

  • Roleystone Green Waste Facility

    The Roleystone Green Waste Facility is available to City of Armadale residents living in the hills.

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    Household Hazardous Waste

    Household Hazardous Waste (HHW) is the unwanted products that were used in and around the home that are flammable, to

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    Illegal Dumping and Litter

    The City takes the dumping of rubbish seriously as this impacts on the environment, safety and enjoyment of the commu

  • Plastic Free July

    Plastic Free July is an annual challenge to take action to reduce the amount of plastic packaging and single use plastics in your life.