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SUEZ Bibra Lake Resource Recovery Park

Located at the Perth Operations Centre, the SUEZ Bibra Lake Materials Recovery Facility receives household and commercial recycling from across Perth and south-west WA.

Contact Bibra Lake

Find out more about our resource recovery park

Address:
65 Howson Way, Bibra Lake, WA 6163
All correspondence to PO Box 249 Welshpool, WA, 6986.


Phone:
General Enquiries: 13 13 35


Open hours:
Monday: 5:00am - 5:00pm
Tuesday: 5:00am - 5:00pm
Wednesday: 5:00am - 5:00pm
Thursday: 5:00am - 5:00pm
Friday: 5:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: Closed
Sunday: Closed


Monday 24th December: Open

Tuesday 25th December: Open

Wednesday 26th December: Open

Tuesday 1st January: Open

Monday 31st December: Open

 

Closed Good Friday, Christmas Day and New Year's Eve

Restricted hours may apply on some public holidays. For information regarding opening hours, fees, acceptance criteria or other site-specific information, please submit our online enquiry form or call Customer Service on 13 13 35.
What is on site at Bibra Lake
  • Material Recovery Facility (MRF)
  • Bulk Waste Sorting Facility
  • Transfer Station
  • Administration Centre

 

Operational features of the site include:

  • Fully manned weighbridge, calibrated annually.
  • Waste is stored on-site for a maximum of 48 hours.
  • All operations are undertaken indoors.
  • All trucks entering the site must cover their loads to prevent litter.
  • Daily litter patrols are undertaken around the site.
Bibra Lake Material Recovery Facility

Our modern recycling centre was built using state-of-art technology to ensure the maximum recovery of recyclables. The MRF can process up to 30 tonnes per hour - that is equivalent to four full recycling trucks.

 

The Recycling Centre accepts ‘mixed recycling’ (i.e. mixed plastic and cardboard containers, cans and bottles).
That makes recycling easier for everyone, as recyclables don’t need to be separated for collection.

 

Collection trucks bring recyclables to our recycling centre in Bibra Lake, 20km south of the Perth CBD. The recyclables are unloaded into an area called the “tipping floor”.

 

From the tipping floor, recycling is placed onto a conveyor belt to commence processing. Recycling is then sorted by MRF machinery or by hand into “material streams” of:

Papers:

Plastics

 

Cardboard

PET (plastic code 1)

Glass

Newspaper

HDPE (plastic code 2)

Aluminium cans

Mixed paper

Mixed (plastic codes 3-7)

Steel

 

Once separated, the different streams are baled (except glass) and sent for remanufacturing into new products.
Material not recovered in the Materials Recovery Facility is transferred to the C&I Materials Recovery Facility (see below) where mixed plastics are recovered.
Non-recyclables are then transferred to our Waste Transfer Station for disposal at our Landfill.

Open for:

  • Councils
  • Not open to public

Payment methods:

  • Customer account (criteria of eligibility)

Accepted Waste Types:

  • Commingled waste
  • Construction & Demolition
  • Lead Acid Batteries
  • Mixed Putrescible
  • Metal
  • Non Putrescible
  • Paper / Cardboard
  • Tyres
  • Waste Oil
Bibra Lake Bulk waste Sorting Facility

Open for:

  • Councils
  • Not open to public

Payment methods:

  • Customer account (criteria of eligibility)

Accepted Waste Types:

  • Commingled Waste
  • Construction & Demolition
  • Metal
Bibra Lake C&I MRF

Commercial & Industrial (C&I) Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) sorts general waste collected from businesses in the Perth metropolitan area.

 

Commercial & Industrial waste consists of a wide variety of packaging and production wastes, including cardboard, timber, steel, aluminium and plastics. Our modern C&I Recycling Centre was built in 2015 and recovers these valuable materials from the general waste stream; diverting them from landfill.

 

The C&I Recycling Centre can process up to 25 tonnes per hour.

 

Collection trucks bring waste to the C&I Recycling Centre where it is unloaded into an area called the “tipping floor”. From the tipping floor, waste is placed onto a conveyor belt to commence processing. Recyclable material is recovered by-hand and dropped into a series of storage bunkers for Cardboard, Timber, Steel, Aluminium, Mixed plastic

 

Once separated, the different streams are baled (except timber and steel) and sent for remanufacturing into new products.

 

Non-recyclables are transferred to our Waste Transfer Station for disposal at our Landfill.

Bibra Lake Transfer Station

Located at our Perth Operations Centre in Bibra Lake, the Waste Transfer Station receives waste that cannot be recovered through one of our Recycling Centres.

The Waste Transfer Station is a vital link in connecting our Perth operations and our landfill at the North Bannister Resource Recovery Facility.

At the Waste Transfer Station, waste is loaded into road trains and transported to the North Bannister Resource Recovery Facility, where it is disposed to landfill. Waste is transferred within 48 hours of receival.

All waste handling occurs indoors, so there is minimal impact to the local community.

Open for:

  • Councils
  • Not open to public

Payment methods:

  • Customer account (criteria of eligibility)

Accepted Waste Types:

  • Asbestos
  • Construction & Demolition
  • Food waste
  • Garden vegetation
  • Metal
  • Mixed putrescible
  • non-putrescible
  • Paper & Cardboard
  • Tyres
  • Wood waste
Environment and Safety

At SUEZ, we take our responsibility to the safety of people and the environment seriously.
All visitors to SUEZ facilities must observe site safety requirements, including wearing enclosed footwear at all times.

 

SUEZ Environment Report Hotline

 

SUEZ has a dedicated Environment Report Hotline for anyone living, or working, near one of our facilities in New South Wales, Victoria or Western Australia.

 

The hotline has been set up to receive feedback on environmental matters which are sometimes associated with recycling and waste management facilities – like odours, noise, dust and mud tracking.

 

This service is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Your call will always be answered by a real person - not just an automated message - who will enter your feedback and forward it immediately to the staff at the facility. This allows us to take immediate action to determine the cause of any concerns you may have, and gives us the best chance of rectifying the situation quickly.


A SUEZ employee will endeavour to contact you within 24 hours with feedback on your report.

 

To provide your feedback, please call:
NSW/VIC/WA - 1800 ENV REP (1800 368 737)

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