The Western Metropolitan Regional Council (WMRC) is a local government organisation formed in 1989 to provide specialist waste management services for its five Member Councils. These include waste transfer, community waste treatment and recycling, and waste education and promotion services.
WMRC operates on a ‘shared services’ model, efficiently providing collective services across Perth’s central western suburbs that would be impractical or unaffordable for our individual members to do for themselves. This shared service model is ideal for our membership who have relatively small populations averaging less than 10,000 per council.
Under its new Strategic Community Plan, the WMRC today actively seeks to provide services across the whole of Perth’s west central metropolitan area. In so doing we aim to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of waste management for residents, institutions, business and government throughout the region.
To minimise and efficiently manage waste for Perth’s central western communities and organisations.
A world where waste and its impact on the environment is minimised.