Recycle Waste Oil on Drum Muster Collection Days
Waste oil is a product that can be easily recycled. At present oil (in containers not larger than 20L) can be accepted at Hamley Bridge, Owen, Balaklava, Port Wakefield and Everard Transfer Stations. Cooking oil can also be accepted at no additional charge. Coolant and oily waste can be accepted at a small fee. It is the depositor's responsibility to empty their drums into the oil recovery containers provided.
The Waste Oil Recovery Units and Recycling Sheds were provided by a Product Stewardship for Oil Programme Grant from the Australian Government, Department of Environment and Water Resources.
For businesses both in towns and in the rural areas (including farmers), oil can be collected on site by oil removal companies. These companies will come on site to collect quantities greater than 600 litres. Oil should be stored in 200 litre drums that are kept under cover to avoid contamination by rainfall and dirt. When in excess of 600 litres has been collected, ring one of the companies below with details of the location of your business and they will collect the waste oil on their next run through your area. Used oil filters, coolant, oily rags, waste grease and cooking oil can also be removed. Please contact one of the following companies for further information.Mulhern Waste Oil Removal Pty Ltd Phone 08 8244 4077 Nationwide Oil Pty Ltd Phone 1300 132 726
Drum Muster Collection DaysDrum Muster Collection at the Everard and Owen Transfer Stations are scheduled for July and October each year. All bookings are to be made by phoning Works Services Officer, Glen Growden on 8862 0800. Please provide accurate numbers of drums proposed for delivery. If sufficient bookings, a second collection day may be organised on the following day. Please note;
- All containers must be triple rinsed.
- Metal containers must be punctured in the bottom of the drum.
- Under Drum Muster guidelines we cannot under any circumstances, accept petroleum or liquid chlorine containers.