Annual Vergeside Hard Waste Collection May 2019

​​​​The Shire of Manjimup is providing a hard waste collection in 2019. 

This is a free service and is only available to domestic properties which have an existing regular kerbside rubbish bin collection service.

Hard waste is defined as furniture and other household goods.

  • ​Please have your items out at least one week before the collection date in a place on your verge that will not be a danger or an inconvenience to others.
  • Please do not put any items out after the Monday start date for collection in your town as it my not be collected and a litter infringement and fine may ensue.
  • A maximum of 3 cubic metres (1m x1m x 3m) may be collected per property. Properties with more than 3 cubic metres will have to make private arrangements to have their waste removed. Items longer than 2 metres will not be collected.
  • All items collected from verges will be sent either to landfill or to resource recovery.
  • Each household's waste items must be placed only their own section of verge, households shall not add their waste to another property's verge area.
  • Every waste item remains the property of the household which placed it on the verge until the moment it is collected. If you would like to have a particular item from a verge then you should ask the property owner if you can take it. (Remember reuse is far better than sending an item to landfill!)​​
​Hard waste ​collections start from:​
​Manjimup, Jardee, Deanmill, PalgarupMonday 6 May 2019
​Northcliffe, Windy Harbour, Pemberton, Browns Road, Quinninup, WalpoleMonday 13 May 2019

​​The service WILL collect​

​​​​​​​ ​​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​​​​Old furniture
​Televisions and stereos
​Refrigerators and freezers (only with doors removed)
​Other whitegoods
​Carpet and lino
​General household hard waste

​The service WILL NOT collect ​

​​​​​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​​General domestic waste (food scraps etc)
​Gas cylinders, other hazardous materials (asbestos, poisons etc)
​Green waste (lawn clippings or tree limbs)
​Liquid waste (oils, paints, chemicals etc)
​Building materials (cement, bricks, rubble, renovation discards, fluorescent light tubes)
​Crates, pallets, shopping trolleys
​Vehicle tyres or batteries​​​​​​

Page reviewed: 23 Apr 2019 1:13pm