Waste Management Search Tool
Want to know what day your Green Lid, Yellow Lid or Bulk Waste collection dates are? You can now easily search to find your upcoming green lid, yellow lid and bulk refuse collections by using the waste management search tool below. Follow the simple steps below to obtain this information:
- Type in your street name only (do not include road, circle, st, avenue etc.)
- Click the green arrow button
- Lastly, click your address from the drop down list.
Note: The search tool only requires your street name. Alternatively, dates are listed in the Guide to Domestic Waste and Recycling 2014/15.
Please note bulk collection dates are subject to change. View the waste management search tool, Joondalup Weekender Newspaper or call 9400 4255 to confirm your dates.
2015 Easter Public Holiday Collections
Please note there are no bin collections on Good Friday, 3 April. Friday collections will take place on Easter Saturday. Please have bins out by 6.00am. The suburbs affected are Burns Beach, Joondalup, Kinross, Connolly, Currambine and Iluka.
There are no changes to bin collections on Easter Monday, 6 April. Please have bins out by 6.00am as usual.
There will be no bulk collection on Good Friday, however, residents can still place items out as advertised and collections will continue from Easter Monday.
Check your waste collection days below
The City's Strategic Waste Minimisation Plan addresses a number of waste management issues. The City is dedicated to the prevention, recovery and disposal of waste. There are a number of ways the City manages residential and business waste including:
Domestic Waste and Recycling Guides
You can now search for items and find out whether they are Yellow Lid, Green Lid, Bulk Waste or even landfill.
Alternatively, view the Guide to Domestic Waste and Recycling 2014/15.
If you're looking for an easy way to get involved to keep your neighbourhood beautiful, consider joining the Keep Australia Beautiful WA Adopt-a-Spot program. Individuals, schools, community groups and businesses are encouraged to ‘adopt’ a site in their local community to keep litter-free. Schools within the City are also invited to participate in the very popular and practical ‘Reduce, Reuse, Recycle' program. For further details visit School Connections.