FOGO Waste and Recycling System

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he City of Kalamunda is considering moving to a three bin waste and recycling system, in order to divert more waste from landfill and to improve the recovery of materials.

The City of Kalamunda is considering moving to a three bin waste and recycling system, in order to divert more waste from landfill and to improve the recovery of materials.

This system, known as FOGO (Food Organics Garden Organics), will provide residents with a third waste bin for organic waste for kitchen scraps and garden debris like lawn clippings and small branches.

A FOGO system ensures a significant increase in the recovery of materials from the household waste collection and valuable compost can be created from the organic materials diverted from landfill. Where implemented, FOGO has on average, doubled recovery efforts.

This is a green, environmentally friendly approach to waste disposal and resource recovery, resulting in a more sustainable City of Kalamunda.

The aim of this survey is to understand your future requirements and aspirations for waste and recycling services within the City of Kalamunda. In addition, your feedback will assist the City with their development of a waste management and recycling strategy.

The FOGO system is part of the state government's 'Better Bins' initiative in its Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery (WARR) strategy 2030 that aims to improve waste recovery and recycling in the links section of this page.

Have Your Say

Your feedback will help the City understand your current and future requirements and aspirations for waste and recycling within the City of Kalamunda, as well as inform the development of the waste management and recycling plan.

Feedback can be provided via the online survey below or alternatively, download the survey from the document library and submit your feedback via option provided in the survey.

Feeback closes Thursday, 2 April 2020 at 5pm


The City of Kalamunda is considering moving to a three bin waste and recycling system, in order to divert more waste from landfill and to improve the recovery of materials.

This system, known as FOGO (Food Organics Garden Organics), will provide residents with a third waste bin for organic waste for kitchen scraps and garden debris like lawn clippings and small branches.

A FOGO system ensures a significant increase in the recovery of materials from the household waste collection and valuable compost can be created from the organic materials diverted from landfill. Where implemented, FOGO has on average, doubled recovery efforts.

This is a green, environmentally friendly approach to waste disposal and resource recovery, resulting in a more sustainable City of Kalamunda.

The aim of this survey is to understand your future requirements and aspirations for waste and recycling services within the City of Kalamunda. In addition, your feedback will assist the City with their development of a waste management and recycling strategy.

The FOGO system is part of the state government's 'Better Bins' initiative in its Waste Avoidance and Resource Recovery (WARR) strategy 2030 that aims to improve waste recovery and recycling in the links section of this page.

Have Your Say

Your feedback will help the City understand your current and future requirements and aspirations for waste and recycling within the City of Kalamunda, as well as inform the development of the waste management and recycling plan.

Feedback can be provided via the online survey below or alternatively, download the survey from the document library and submit your feedback via option provided in the survey.

Feeback closes Thursday, 2 April 2020 at 5pm


  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Your feedback will help the City understand your current and future requirements and aspirations for waste and recycling within the City of Kalamunda, as well as inform the development of the waste management and recycling plan.

    Consultation has concluded
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