Area A (Fremantle, North Fremantle, O’Connor and White Gum Valley) will be collected from Monday 17 September. Area B (Beaconsfield, Hilton, Samson and South Fremantle) will be collected from Monday 24 September.
Please keep your neighbourhood tidy and help reduce illegal dumping by ensuring that material is not placed on the verge more than two days before the collection date.
The City of Fremantle’s six-monthly green waste verge collection kicks off again next week.
All domestic properties north of South Street (Area A) will have their green waste collected from Monday 17 September, while green waste from all domestic properties south of South Street (Area B) will be collected the following week, from Monday 24 September.
City of Fremantle Facilities and Environment manager Tony Strickland said all of the green waste collected will be recycled into mulch.
“We’ll collect tree trunks, branches and shrub prunings up to 1.5m in length and 30cm in diameter, or two standard trailer loads of green waste,” Mr Strickland said.
“Because it all gets recycled into mulch we can’t accept leaves or grass clippings in boxes or bags, and we also ask people not to leave out general rubbish, weeds or sand or soil.
“And to keep the neighbourhood looking tidy we also ask people not to put material out on the verge until two days before the collection date, and to place it as neatly as possible.”
To make it easier to collect green waste should be placed away from walls, fences, power poles and trees and should not obstruct footpaths, driveways or sprinklers.
The next green waste collection will happen in April and May next year.
If people miss the verge collection they can drop off green waste at the City of Fremantle Recycling Centre on Montreal Street free of charge all year round.