Tip Passes and Tip Charges

Published on Tuesday, 25 October 2022 at 1:52:16 PM

Tip passes are issued yearly with City of Busselton Rates notices and are valid until 30 September the following year.

Households with kerbside rubbish and recycling are issued with four tip passes per year.

Households outside the rubbish/recycling collection zone are issued with eight passes.

Owners of vacant land also receive tip passes. For new residents, passes are mailed out on a case-by-case basis.

Non-residents are permitted to utilise both the Busselton and Dunsborough waste facilities (fees would apply).

This year’s tip passes were attached to the 2022/23 annual rates notice. If your notice was delivered electronically, please print the Rates notice with the Tip Pass section for presentation.

Passes used will be stamped at the facility.

Please note that the 2021/22 tip pass barcode are no longer valid.

If a pass is not presented fees will apply as shown on signage at the entry to the facilities or visit www.busselton.wa.gov.au/resident/waste-and-recycling/waste-facilities-and-tip-passes.aspx 

Tip passes are interchangeable for eligible forms of general waste or green waste. To maximise resource recovery, waste must be sorted or a fee may be incurred.

Tip passes are for domestic properties only. Commercial waste contractors who are removing household domestic waste are not permitted to use the passes, nor are non-commercial contractors who are removing waste from a collection of dwellings. Commercial waste is only accepted at the Dunsborough Waste Facility.

For seniors who present a Seniors Card, the disposal of Green Waste at either facility is free.

For more information visit www.busselton.wa.gov.au/resident/waste-and-recycling 

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