WA-owned and operated waste management firm Perthwaste Green Recycling opened its latest facility on Thursday (22 October).
Maintaining a two-year period of business growth, Perthwaste has added to its network of waste management facilities with the Perth Northern Depot in Gnangara, which is 30km north of Perth’s CBD.
The site has fleet parking, bin storage, workshop and an administration centre, and is the base for 23 drivers and eight administration and management employees. It services commercial and government clients in Perth’s northern and eastern suburbs.
The new depot follows Perthwaste’s opening of two other facilities this year, a commercial and industrial MRF at Bibra Lake in April and the North Bannister Resource Recovery Facility in March.
The company’s network includes a landfill, a composting facility, transfer stations, and organics and material recovery facility.
Perthwaste Green Recycling’s Managing Director, Kim Gorey, said: “We have a growing number of services across Perth and recently commenced a long-term contract to collect and process kerbside recycling and greenwaste from the City of Stirling’s 220,000 residents. Establishing a depot in Perth’s north to support these services made good business sense.”
The company expects this to be the last new facility opened for the foreseeable future, although it has other plans for its services in scope.