Sharps should not be placed in either of your kerbside bins. They should be placed in an approved sharps container and disposed of at one of the following locations.
For further information on community medical sharps please see the Diabetes WA Factsheet.
Should you find a needle or syringe in the community contact the City on 9439 0200 or email email@example.com.
For more information on sharps please visit healthywa.wa.gov.au.
Residents and painters can drop off their unused paint in secure containers for free under the following conditions:
- Maximum of 100 litres per visit
- Containers no larger than 20 litres - containers will not be returned.
More information about Paintback, how it works, where you can dispose of it and how paint is recycled is available at Paintback.
Residents can drop off their old oil in secure containers for free at Henderson Waste Recovery Park or Millar Road Landfill and Recycling Facility. Please contact your local landfill facility directly if you have any questions regarding this program.
Domestic quantities, capped at 20kg/20L will be accepted from residential households only.
The City of Kwinana work with Hello Initiative to recycle and refurbish smartphones.
Hello Initiative liaises with community partners to identify young people who would benefit from more reliable access to mobile technology, providing people with refurbished phones with access to unlimited calls and texts as well as mobile data.
- Backup all data
- Disable accounts
- Factory reset your phone
- Donate at your local library
Alternately, you can dispose your mobile phones for free at any participating supermarket. To find your nearest mobile phone drop off point, please go to 'Find My Nearest' on the Recycle Right website.
You can now recycle your old solar panels through WA Solar Recycling. WA Solar Recycling work on the premise of repurpose first and only recycle when an item is truly at the end of its life.
WA Solar Recycling accepts:
- Solar panels
- Solar mounting rail and components
- Solar inverters
- Cables from solar units
Disposal of these items is free, and if your items are in working condition, WA Solar Recycling may even pay you a small payment to take these units off your hands.
Drop off location: 104B Gavour Road Wattle Grove
Pick up services available.
Visit WA Solar Recycling for more information.