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Do you love recycling?

The Southern Metropolitan Regional Council is responsible for waste management and recycling in your area. The Waste Recycling Education Network (WREN) is your point of contact for recycling and more. We’d love to hear from you!

What do the WREN do?

  • Meet between February and November each year.
  • Take part in Regional Council committee meetings & workshops.
  • Take part in community events always willing to listen to residents’ questions & comments concerning waste, recycling & sustainability issues in the region.
  • Keen to hear from residents within the region with their comments on recycling.

Who are the WREN?

The Southern Metropolitan Regional Council (SMRC) Waste Recycling Education Network is an independent group made up of community volunteers (residents) from the SMRC member councils.

Why are the WREN here?

The WREN is a valued advisor to the SMRC providing community feedback on waste management, recycling and sustainability issues in Perth’s southern suburbs.

Aims of the SMRC Waste Recycling Education Network are to:

  • Increase community understanding of the importance of recycling and the operations & programs of the SMRC & RRRC (Regional Resource Recovery Centre)
  • Gather community feedback and suggestions to assist the SMRC with its operations and decision making.
  • Help the SMRC to respond more effectively to issues.

Contact us and have your say

To contact or join us,

Find us on Facebook at Recycle Right with WREN

Or write to: SMRC Waste Recycling Education Network, PO Box 1501, Booragoon WA 6154

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