Waste management local approvals draft policy

Thank you for your feedback on the updated waste management local approvals policy. It aims to provide residents and businesses with clear information about the City's waste services.

The policy covers who is responsible for the management of waste and clarifies which activities do not require the City's approval.

The policy details waste collections times and zones. This includes:

  • new night-time commercial waste collection zone in the city centre
  • new waste collection times along the light rail corridor
  • protocols for grease trap waste collection and skip bins.

It also includes rules for the disposal of hazardous materials and the implications for failing to comply with the policy.

The policy is in line with laws relevant to waste management in public places.

This policy updates and will replace the waste policy local approvals policy for managing waste in public places 2014.

You can download the waste management local approvals draft policy.

The public exhibition closed on 14 August 2017.

Thank you for your feedback on the updated waste management local approvals policy. It aims to provide residents and businesses with clear information about the City's waste services.

The policy covers who is responsible for the management of waste and clarifies which activities do not require the City's approval.

The policy details waste collections times and zones. This includes:

  • new night-time commercial waste collection zone in the city centre
  • new waste collection times along the light rail corridor
  • protocols for grease trap waste collection and skip bins.

It also includes rules for the disposal of hazardous materials and the implications for failing to comply with the policy.

The policy is in line with laws relevant to waste management in public places.

This policy updates and will replace the waste policy local approvals policy for managing waste in public places 2014.

You can download the waste management local approvals draft policy.

The public exhibition closed on 14 August 2017.