About

About

About Bunbury-Harvey Regional Council

Bunbury-Harvey Regional Council (BHRC) is a statutory local government authority (Regional Council) established in 1990 by the City of Bunbury and the Shire of Harvey. The primary purpose of BHRC is waste recovery and disposal. BHRC is not responsible for waste collection services as that is the responsibility of the individual Councils’.

The BHRC has two main areas of operations — the Stanley Road Waste Management Facility and the Banksia Road Organics Processing Facility. BHRC owns and manages the Stanley Road Waste Management Facility, which encompasses a waste transfer station and a Class II landfill site.

The Organics Processing Facility is managed by BHRC on behalf of the Wellington Regional Group of Councils, which comprises the City of Bunbury, Shire of Harvey, Shire of Capel, Shire of Dardanup, Shire of Collie, Shire of Donnybrook-Balingup and the Shire of Augusta-Margaret River.

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