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E-Waste and Other Waste


Computers, TVs and other electronic devices can be dropped off to our free TechCollect recycling program at Wylie Bay Waste Facility.

Construction and Demolition Waste (C&D)

The types of wastes generated from C&D include unsuitable materials from building sites prior to construction as well as waste from the construction phase or during the demolition of buildings. This includes bricks, pavers, roof tiles, rocks and rubble. Wylie Bay Waste Facility stockpile this stream of waste and periodically crush it into aggregate that can be reused as landfill cover, used to construct tracks or for road base. This process diverts the material from landfill and avoids wasting valuable void space.

When delivering this material it must be free from dirt, steel and hazardous materials such as asbestos.

A declaration form is required on delivery.

Mobile Muster

Mobile Muster is the official recycling program of the mobile phone industry. 

Mobile phone batteries, handsets and accessories and chargers can be recycled. A collection box is available at the Asset Management counter in the Shire of Esperance Administration Building on Windich Street.


A battery collection box is kept on the Asset Management counter at the Shire of Esperance Administration Building on Windich Street. Common alkaline batteries and the NiCad, NiMH or Li-ion rechargeable batteries can be recycled. 

CFL Globes and Fluorescent tubes

Long life globes and fluorescent tubes can be dropped off at Wylie Bay Waste Facility or at a number of collection points through town including Pink Lake IGA and Bunnings. Please contact the Shire of Esperance (08) 9071 0666 for a full list of collection points.

Drum Muster

Drum Muster is an Australia wide program where farmers can return old chemical drums to be recycled into various plastic and steel products.


  • Book an appointment for an inspection of the drums (details as below)
  • All drums must be triple rinsed
  • Plastic and steel drums are accepted
  • Steel drums need to have a hole punched in the bottom
  • Drums must be checked by a certified 'Drum Muster Inspector' before disposal

For all general enquiries or to arrange an inspection (available weekdays from 9am to 3pm), contact the Wylie Bay Waste Facility on (08) 9071 7594 or 0427 994 984. 

The link below contains some interesting infromation about Waste and Recycling in Australia & how we can all do our bit to fight the War on Waste: