green waste delivery

Residents may bring CLEAN GREEN WASTE to: Regional Resource Recovery Centre 350 Bannister Road Canning Vale, WA, 6155 Telephone: +61 8 9256 9555

The RRRC is open 7 days a week, 8.00am to 4.00pm (except Christmas Day) Telephone (admin): 08 9256 9555 Telephone (weighbridge): 08 9256 9510

The following items can be delivered:

  • Tree loppings and shrub prunings up to 1.5 metres in length and 350mm in diameter
  • Palms (max cut lengths 1.5m)
  • Bags or boxes of leaves or grass clippings (bags and boxes must be taken away after delivery)

The following items cannot be processed:

  • Weeds and root materials
  • Sand and soil materials
  • Dug out lawn
  • General rubbish
  • Junk or white goods (these will only be collected during the annual junk verge collections)

Public Rates effective from 1 July 2014:

Green Waste Gate Fees Price (Inc. GST)
Cars, Utilities & Trailers up to 1.5 cubic metres $30.00 per entry
Cars, Utilities & Trailers up to 1.5 – 3.0 cubic metres $55.00 per entry
Trucks and Heavy Vehicles $75.00 per tonne
Trucks and Heavy Vehicles minimum entry charge $75.00 per entry
Trucks and Heavy Vehicles oversized logs > 1.5m length, 0.3m Wide $150.00 per tonne

Green Waste Gate Fees Price (Inc. GST)
Cars, Utilities & Trailers up to 1.5 cubic metres $55.00 per entry
Cars, Utilities & Trailers up to 1.5 – 3.0 cubic metres $75.00 per entry
Trucks and Heavy Vehicles $150.00 per tonne
Trucks and Heavy Vehicles oversize > 1.5m length, 0.3m Wide $150 per tonne

Green Waste Gate Fees
Price (Inc. GST)
Uncompacted green waste (heavy vehicle) $30.00 per wheel
Compacted green waste (heavy vehicle) $40.00 per wheel
Cars and Trailers over 3.0m3 $75.00 per entry


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