Transfer Station Vouchers are no longer being issued. Residents/ratepayers can dispose of domestic quantities of waste at our transfer stations without having to provide a voucher. A Rates Notice or Driver's licence is required for verification.
Waste charges across the board went up considerably to cover increased costs related to glass collection and e-waste.
The rates and charges for waste management for the 2022/23 year is structured on the following basis:
|S53 - Kerbside, Recycle & Green Waste
|S51 - Kerbside & Recycle
|S50 - Improved Property
|S52 - Unimproved Property
Unimproved Assessments (Vacant) - will attract a Waste Facilities Levy
A maximum of three 'vacant assessments' will apply to landowners with more than three vacant farming assessments. If you are part of a farming enterprise and have more than three vacant farming assessments, a maximum levy of $204.00 will apply where an exemption is claimed.
Improved Assessments (with no Street Collection) - will attract a Waste Service - Transfer Station Access charge based on estimated operating, disposal and administrative costs.
Improved Assessments (receiving Street Collection) - will attract Waste Service - Waste and Recycling charge (for domestic and recycling collection) based on the additional cost of providing these services.
Improved Assessments – Avoca & Beaufort (receiving Street Collection) - will attract Waste Service - Waste, Recycling & Green Waste (for domestic, recycling and greenwaste collection) based on the additional cost of providing these services.