Changes to Entry Requirements to Narrogin Waste Facility

Published: Monday, 17 June 2019 at 9:38:27 AM

Effective from 1 July 2019 Tip passes will no longer be required at the Narrogin Waste management Facility.  The following new rules apply:

  1. Free access will apply to Narrogin residents who deliver less than one cubic metre (1m3) of general waste and/or separated green waste to the refuse site per visit;
  2. Residents will need to demonstrate or provide proof of residency in the Shire. Acceptable proof of residency includes a rate notice, drivers licence, vehicle registration or other bona fide evidence;
  3. Residents who deliver quantities in excess of 1m3 per visit will be charges a fee for that quantity of waste;
  4. Free waste disposal is not available to commercial properties delivering capacities greater than 1m3 and costs will apply for the disposal of waste at the landfill site in accordance with the Shire’s adopted annual fees and charges;
  5. Recyclables, including ferrous and non-ferrous metals, cardboard, certain plastics and other approved recyclables will continue to be free for residential and commercial properties; and
  6. Free waste disposal does not apply to certain waste types including batteries, waste tyres etc. which will continue to attract the applicable fee.

All visitors to the waste facility are reminded that it is a condition of entry to stop at the gate keeper’s office, be identified and pay the required fee (if applicable) before entering and depositing refuse of recyclables.

Further information and frequently asked question are available here

Dale Stewart
Chief Executive Officer
Shire of Narrogin
PO Box 1145 Narrogin WA 6312

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