Your Hard Waste

Consultation has concluded

More choice, greater flexibility.

We know how much you love your hard waste service. Council is looking at ways to make it even better, giving you more choice and greater flexibility in how you use the service.

The current hard waste service is delivered annually, with residents invited to place bulky wastes on the kerbside verge for collection on a scheduled date. This service is for household waste that does not fit into wheelie bins, and is not hazardous.

Council’s current hard waste collection contract will conclude in early 2018. Before we enter into a new contract, we are reviewing the service to ensure that it continues to meet your needs and expectations.

We are considering a range of different hard waste collection models, detailed here. All three options can all be delivered within the constraints of the current hard waste budget.

Share your views

Your feedback is important to us. You can:

Keep your eyes peeled for the survey form being sent to all households inside the next issue of Kaleidoscope magazine being delivered to your door.

Consultation closed at 5pm on Friday 25 March.



More choice, greater flexibility.

We know how much you love your hard waste service. Council is looking at ways to make it even better, giving you more choice and greater flexibility in how you use the service.

The current hard waste service is delivered annually, with residents invited to place bulky wastes on the kerbside verge for collection on a scheduled date. This service is for household waste that does not fit into wheelie bins, and is not hazardous.

Council’s current hard waste collection contract will conclude in early 2018. Before we enter into a new contract, we are reviewing the service to ensure that it continues to meet your needs and expectations.

We are considering a range of different hard waste collection models, detailed here. All three options can all be delivered within the constraints of the current hard waste budget.

Share your views

Your feedback is important to us. You can:

Keep your eyes peeled for the survey form being sent to all households inside the next issue of Kaleidoscope magazine being delivered to your door.

Consultation closed at 5pm on Friday 25 March.



Consultation has concluded
  • Hard Waste Options

    over 3 years ago
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    Council is considering three different hard waste collection models.

    Option 1: Annual service

    This would be no change to the current service standard. The Hard waste service would occur once a year on a City-wide basis. You are told when to put your waste out, and it is picked up on a ward by ward basis.

    Option 2: At-call service

    When you have hard waste items that need collecting, you call Council and make a time for it to be picked up. You would have the option of up to 2 free collections per year.

    Once you’ve booked your service, you can expect to wait up to 6 weeks for your collection day. Often it will be significantly less.

    Option 3: At-call service with dump voucher

    As with option 2, you are allowed 2 free hard waste services per year, which you book in as you need them. You also have the additional flexibility to access one or both of your services as a dump voucher, instead of a kerbside pick-up.

    The dump voucher will allow you to dispose of your waste sooner. Your dump voucher would be mailed to you, and you can use your own vehicle or trailer to bring your waste to the Beverley Recycling and Waste Centre at a time that is convenient to you.

    View the Your Waste brochure and the detailed FAQs for more information.

    Complete an online survey here.


    Council is considering three different hard waste collection models.

    Option 1: Annual service

    This would be no change to the current service standard. The Hard waste service would occur once a year on a City-wide basis. You are told when to put your waste out, and it is picked up on a ward by ward basis.

    Option 2: At-call service

    When you have hard waste items that need collecting, you call Council and make a time for it to be picked up. You would have the option of up to 2 free collections per year.

    Once you’ve booked your service, you can expect to wait up to 6 weeks for your collection day. Often it will be significantly less.

    Option 3: At-call service with dump voucher

    As with option 2, you are allowed 2 free hard waste services per year, which you book in as you need them. You also have the additional flexibility to access one or both of your services as a dump voucher, instead of a kerbside pick-up.

    The dump voucher will allow you to dispose of your waste sooner. Your dump voucher would be mailed to you, and you can use your own vehicle or trailer to bring your waste to the Beverley Recycling and Waste Centre at a time that is convenient to you.

    View the Your Waste brochure and the detailed FAQs for more information.

    Complete an online survey here.

  • Community Information Session

    over 3 years ago
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    Would you prefer to talk to someone face to face?

    Call in and talk to us in person at the Your Hard Waste community information session.

    Where: Charles Sturt Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville
    When: Tuesday 8 March, 5:30 to 6:30 pm
    No need to book!

    Would you prefer to talk to someone face to face?

    Call in and talk to us in person at the Your Hard Waste community information session.

    Where: Charles Sturt Civic Centre, 72 Woodville Road, Woodville
    When: Tuesday 8 March, 5:30 to 6:30 pm
    No need to book!