There are a number of different places in Canning where you can drop off those items that don't belong in your bins for recycling.

These items don't belong in the recycling bin at home, but can be recycled through other programs!

Recycling Hubs

Our colourful Recycling Hubs can be found at convenient locations throughout the City, where you can take those 'tricky' items to recycle.

Accepted Items

  • Household batteries
  • Printer cartridges
  • Mobile phones and small electronic waste (e-waste) including keyboards, computer mice and cords. Note: items the size of a laptop and larger are not accepted through the Recycling Hub program due to size constraints. Domestic quantities of e-waste are accepted at our Ranford Road Waste Transfer Station for free. For more information, visit the Waste transfer station page.
  • Household light bulbs. Note: Fluorescent tubes are not accepted through the Recycling Hub program due to size constraints. Fluorescent tubes can be taken to our Ranford Road Waste Transfer for free. For more information, visit the Household hazardous waste page.

Recycling Hub Locations*

  • Civic and Administration Building
    1317 Albany Hwy, Cannington WA 6107
  • Canning River Eco Education Centre
    Kent St & Queens Park Rd, Wilson WA 6107
  • Bentley Library
    Hedley Pl & Manning Road, Bentley WA 6102
  • Cannington Library
    233 Sevenoaks St, Cannington WA 6107
  • Willetton Library
    39 Burrendah Blvd, Willetton WA 6155
  • Riverton Library*
    67 Riley Rd, Riverton WA 6148
* Riverton Library accepts batteries and printer cartridges only

E-Waste Drop-Off Day - Saturday 5 December 2020 

Free E-Waste drop-off event for residents of the City of Canning!

Calling all Canning residents! Join us and Total Green Recycling at St Norbert College (enter off Centre St carpark, Queens Park) on 5 December for a free e-waste drop off day, 9am to 1pm.  All items collected will be recycled and given a new lease on life.

  • Residential quantities and types of e-waste (no commercial property e-waste accepted)
  • TVs
  • Printers, photocopiers, faxes and scanners
  • Computers and laptops
  • Computer parts and accessories (eg. keyboards, mouse, cables, hard drives)
  • Mobile phones and tablets
  • Cameras and video cameras  
  • Routers and modems
Please ensure CRT screens are not cracked.

  • E-Waste from commercial properties or businesses
  • General waste
  • Household Hazardous Waste
  • White Goods - see the other free White Goods collection service on the service menu to the left 

Please ensure you bring proof of residence within the City of Canning.

Event Information 

Hosted by the City of Canning, St Norbert College and Total Green Recycling
Date Saturday 5 December 2020
Location St Norbert College, 135 Treasure Road, Queens Park. Enter carpark off Centre Street

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