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The City of Ballarat green waste collection service is provided to urban residential properties with a detached house in Ballarat between 250m2 and 4000m2 and is currently on a green waste route. Green bins are collected on the opposite week to recycling. On collection day the bin needs to be placed on the kerbside one metre apart and away from parked cars and trees. The maximum weight for collection is 70kg. If the bins are heavi...
Food waste is wasted money for households, costing the average Victorian household $2,200 per year. Food sent to landfill also wastes all the resources, including water, required to grow, harvest, transport, package and sell produce. If food is sent to landfill it produces methane, a potent greenhouse gas. The best way to reduce food waste is to plan your meals, shop to a list, only purchase what you need, store your food correctly and learn t...
Transfer Station gate fees 2020-21
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We supply bins to the ratepayer or property as part of our waste collection service. Available bins: 140L with a red lid for general waste 240L with a yellow lid for recycling 240L with a light green lid for green waste We do not deliver bins to your property unless it is occupied to reduce the occurrence of bins being stolen. Bins we provide must remain at the property for the next occupant.  ...
From plastic to fantastic
It is hard to imagine that plastic bread bags can be transformed into furniture or outdoor signs but the evidence is everywhere you look, particularly here in Ballarat.
Ratepayers who meet the criteria under this policy can enter into a payment plan and/or have payment of their rates deferred without incurring penalty interest. Applications for consideration under Council’s COVID-19 Financial Hardship Policy should be in writing and can be sent via email to email@example.com Ratepayers will need to provide evidence to support their claim for financial hardship. If you are a business ...
The Country Fire Authority (CFA) declares Fire Danger Periods and Total Fire Bans. Confirm restrictions by visiting CFA warning and restrictions. Ballarat’s 2020-21 Fire Danger Period has been declared by the CFA and will start on Monday 14 December 2020 and will end on Saturday 1 May 2021.
Rates and charges
RATE TYPE DESCRIPTION CENTS IN $ / FIXED CHARGE 11 Residential Improved 0.3739 12 Residential Vacant 0.3739 13 Commercial Improved 1.0159 14 Commercial Vacant 1.0159 15 Indus...