But only eagle-eyed residents will spot the pamphlet, which has been delivered in between wads of junk mail.
A Balcatta resident, who asked not to be named, contacted the Stirling Times after she inadvertently put her pamphlet in the bin.
‘I had been waiting for these passes for ages, and last Tuesday I went out to collect my mail and as usual there was a wad of junk-mail in my letterbox,’ she said.
As she was throwing the junk mail into the bin, something caught her eye. She said she fished around the inside of the bin and found the waste guide.
‘I went to my neighbour’s letterbox and took a photo of how it was delivered,’ she said.
‘It was wrapped up between Coles and Woolworths pamphlets and it had just been crammed into the letterbox.
‘I spoke to one of my neighbours the next day and I asked him if he’d looked through his junk mail. He said he had just thrown it all in the bin, so I had to tell him he’d thrown his tip passes away as well.’
‘They’ve changed the rules on us, and then they’ve sent us these tip passes in with junk mail’