North Bannister Resource Recovery Park

Veolia North Bannister Resource Recovery Park

The North Bannister Resource Recovery Park opened in 2015; growing our network of premier waste facilities. The North Bannister Resource Recovery Park is located 100km south-east of Perth.

North Bannister Resource Recovery Park is a licenced prescribed premise inclusive of a Class III putrescible landfill site, Solid Waste Facility, Composting manufacturing site and Liquid Waste facility. The facility receives and processes wastes from household and commercial and industrial sources from across Perth and south-west WA.

North Bannister Resource Recovery Park: 

Monday - Friday: 5:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday: 5:00am - 1:00pm 
Sunday:  Closed
Public holidays: Restricted hours may apply on some public holidays. For information regarding opening hours, fees, acceptance criteria or other site-specific information, please submit our online enquiry form or call Customer Service on 13 13 35.

North Bannister Resource Recovery Facility is not open to the public. 

Payment methods

Accepted waste types


  • Customer account (criteria of eligibility)
  • Class III Contaminated Waste
  • Food waste
  • Garden vegetation
  • Mixed putrescible
  • Non putrescible
  • Bio-security Waste
  • Grease Trap Waste
  • Contaminated Soil
  • FOGO


North Bannister Resource Recovery Park:

North Bannister Composting Park receives and processes household and commercial garden and food organic waste streams (including FOGO) as well as organic liquid waste from across Perth and south-west WA. Each year we convert around 80,000-90,000 tonnes of organic waste into high-quality composted products.

  • Composting Process: The facility uses the MAF (Mobile Aerated Floor) composting system. Raw organic material is placed over a series of perforated pipes which an electrically powered fan-box pumps air through. This allows oxygen levels to be controlled every minute of the day – something that cannot be achieved with traditional compost turners. The composting process takes around 18-20 weeks.
  • Composting Products: Once composted, our mature compost is screened via a Trommel screener and separated into different products. It is then sold into the landscaping and agriculture sectors to reduce water loss and add valuable carbon and nutrients to soils. In many cases, the compost will be used back in the Council areas where the garden waste was originally collected.  All compost products that leave the site are subject to rigid testing in accordance with Australian Standard AS4454 (composts, soil conditioners and mulches).


North Bannister Engineered Landfill (smart cells®)

After significant investigation, the site was selected due to its remote nature and the large distance to other land uses and residential properties. The landfill receives general household and commercial waste, transferred from our Waste Transfer Stations in Bibra Lake, Welshpool & Landsdale . Waste is unloaded, then pushed to the active tipping floor by a traxcavator. It is then compressed by a landfill compactor to reduce the amount of space taken up in the landfill cell.

Our landfill is secure, sophisticated and well-engineered to provide the best environmental outcome for waste that cannot be recycled. The modern landfill encompasses heavy-duty liner systems, leachate collection, ground and surface water management and litter control.
The first ‘cell’ opened in March 2015 and future cells will be constructed as required. 



Address: 6364 Albany Highway, North Bannister, WA 6390.

North Bannister Enquiries: 0447840919
General Enquiries: 13 13 35


If you would like to get in touch with the engagement team please email [email protected] or call our contact centre on 13 13 35 and our team will get back to you.

Community Updates

 North Bannister Resource Recovery Facility community updates aim to help share and understanding of the site by hosting informative resources and sharing planned and recent activities whilst providing a platform for Veolia and the local community to engage.

To read our community updates, please click here. 


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