Waste Transfer Station
Council operates a waste transfer station situated on the Narembeen South Road. The waste transfer station is a manned by a Site Attendant and open on the following days:
|Tuesday||10.00am to 4.00pm|
|Friday||10.00am to 4.00pm|
|Saturday||10.00am to 4.00pm|
|Sunday||10.00am to 4.00pm|
Transfer Station facilities include:
- Bulk domestic waste bins
- Recycling bins
- Building rubble area
- Cardboard only bin
- Car battery collection
- Scrap Metal area
- Aluminium Cans
- Green Waste Area
- Glass Bins
- Used Engine Oil Vessel
- Timber Products
Commercial loads incur fees. Please contact the Shire office for further information.
If you need to dispose of asbestos please call the Shire of Narembeen on (08) 9064 7308 to arrange a disposal time/date at the landfill and for conditions of disposal.
All enquiries to the Shire Office T: 9064 7308 or the Site Attendant.
Townsite Rubbish Collection
Click on the link below to find out what can go into your recycle bin.
Need to know more? Click on the link below.
Refuse Collection Day
Shire of Narembeen Refuse collection is weekly on a Monday.
Recycling Collection Day
Shire of Narembeen Recycling collection is fortnightly on a Tuesday.
When can I put my bins out?
Bins need to be placed on the kerb by 6am on the morning of your collection day to ensure your bins are collected.
Further information: Avon Waste
What’s New with Glass Recycling?
A significant change in the existing waste management system will be that from 1 July 2018 glass containers should not be placed in the yellow-topped recycling bins.
Glass is being taken out of the yellow-topped recycling system for several reasons.
In addition to this, glass is becoming a problem when being recycled as it contaminates other products and there is no local market for the product. The removal of glass from the recycling bins will also minimise processing charges.
Narembeen residents have two options in dealing with the disposal of glass:-
1. Glass may be placed in the general waste bin; or
2. The current collection of glass by the Lions club will continue from local businesses and from the Latham Street collection point. Please remember to remove the lids.
The Shire of Narembeen are currently in discussions with the Narembeen Lions Club regarding the future of glass recycling in Narembeen, an announcement regarding this will be made shortly.
The Narembeen Lions Club will continue to collect newspapers with the monthly kerbside pickup as per the recycling calendar with the next collection day being 5th August 2018 (first Sunday of the month). The Narembeen Men’s Shed will also continue to collect aluminium cans from the various collection points around the town.