Virtual Tours
VIRTUAL TOURS
We welcome you to take a virtual tour of our Waste Composting, Green Waste and Materials Recovery Facilities. These videos have been developed with the support of the Waste Authority of WA.

You may not be able to attend a tour personally due to time or accessibility constraints, so please click and enjoy learning
Cockburn 3 bin trial
CITY OF COCKBURN THIRD WASTE BIN TRIAL


1200 households are
participating in the City
of Cockburn's 3rd bin trial
which started in October.
Which bin do I put it in?
Tour Dates
COME AND SEE WHAT HAPPENS TO YOUR WASTE



Click here for more information about
our upcoming tours and to book.


Contact our tour guide on:
email: tours@smrc.com.au
phone: 9256 9528

Welcome to Recycle Right

Recycling is a simple way that everyone can help the environment. Using recycled materials involves less energy and resources than using virgin materials. When you consider how many virgin materials are becoming hard to find and process, the need for more recycling becomes clear.

Recycle Right is a campaign which encourages and assists residents and businesses in Western Australia to recycle, reduce their rubbish and buy more recycled products.

The 3 R’s – Reduce, Reuse and Recycle – are a simple way to rethink the things that you no longer need and make a difference today!

recycle right brings you the very first app dedicated to waste and recycling in WA. It’s full of useful information to help you recycle right and live more sustainably.

more about the recycle right app
DID YOU KNOW?
By using a reusable coffee cup every day instead of a disposable one, you can avoid creating 1kg of plastic waste a year!
DID YOU KNOW?
95% less resources are used when you recycle an aluminium can, compared to producing a new one.
DID YOU KNOW?
By recycling one plastic bottle, you can power a desktop computer for 25 minutes.
DID YOU KNOW?
Batteries and other hazardous waste shouldn't go in any bin. Find your nearest disposal centre with the Recycle Right app.
DID YOU KNOW?
65% of plastic bottles end up
in landfill, taking up to 1,000
years to break down.
Watch our tv segments shown on WA Weekender on Channel 7 in June and July 2015

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