The City of Stirling encourages residents to separate batteries, mobile phones, fluros and ink cartridges from everyday rubbish and drop them off at one of the City's collection points for recycling. School Battery Recycling program is also available below.

Recycling drop off locations

LocationsBatteriesMobile PhonesFlurosInk Cartridges
Balga Community Centre, 81 Camberwell Road, BalgaX
Bunning's Innaloo Scarborough Beach Road, InnalooX
Bunning's Inglewood 861 Beaufort Street, InglewoodX
City of Stirling Administration Centre, 25 Cedric Street, StirlingXXX X
City of Stirling Work Depot, Natalie Way, BalcattaXXX X
Dianella Library, Waverley Street, DianellaXX
Dianella Plaza, 366 Grand Promenade, Dianella XXXX
Flinders Square, 30 Wiluna Street, YokineXXXX
Inglewood Library, Corner Beaufort Street and Tenth Avenue, InglewoodX
Karrinyup Library, Davenport Street, KarrinyupXX X X
Karrinyup Shopping Centre, 200 Karrinyup Road, KarrinyupXX
Mirrabooka Library, 8 Sudbury Place, MirrabookaX
Mirrabooka Square Shopping Centre, 43 Yirrigan DriveXXX X
Mirrabooka Nollamara Community Centre, 72 Sylvia StreetX
Nollamara North Beach Community Centre, 20 Castle StreetX
North Beach Osborne Library, 9 Royal Street, Tuart HillXXX X
Scarborough Library, 173 Gildercliffe Street, ScarboroughX
Westfield Innaloo Shopping Centre, Ellen Stirling Boulevard, InnalooXXX X


Household Battery Recycling

Thousands of tonnes of batteries are used in Australia every year. If these end up on landfill they leak and contaminate soil and groundwater as they contain toxic metals such as cadmium, mercury and lead. 


Mobile phone Recycling

Mobile phone should be separated from household waste and disposed of at recycling centres. Mobile phone batteries and mobile phones can be disposed of at most mobile phone retailers and collection points within the City of Stirling taking part in the Mobile Muster recycling program. Over 90% of the materials in mobile phones, accessories and batteries can be recycled.


Fluro Lights Recycling

Fluorescent light globes contain mercury which can be harmfull for the environmend if disposed wrong. Generally, the higher the power usage, the more mercury is required to operate a lamp. By recycling these light bulbs, the mercury can be recovered and is commonly reused in the dental industry as amalgam for fillings. The glass, phosphor and aluminium contained in the lamps can also be effectively recovered for reuse, thus saving valuable resources.


Ink Cartridge Recycling

Printer cartridges are made up of a complex combination of plastics, foam, metals, ink and toner. By recycling these products waste is diverted from landfill and resources can be saved as plastics, metals and inks can be used to make new products.



School battery recycling program

Discarded batteries can present dangers to personal health and the environment. The City of Stirling values the importance of protecting our environment and undertakes a number of initiatives to maximise recycling and minimise waste.
Go to School Battery Recycling program


To find out more about this service, please contact the City of Stirling on (08) 9205 8555 or email stirling@stirling.wa.gov.au