Wheelie bins eligible for collection will be identified by an "Authorised Wheelie Bin Sticker". A recent audit by Council staff revealed several instances of bins being put out for collection with no service charges being paid. Such situations make it difficult for us to plan service routes, and are not fair to others paying for the service. If the bin does not have an appropriate sticker displayed, it will not be collected.
Directions for attachment of sticker
Sticker to be fixed to the front of bin and centred towards the top for the truck driver to see.
Clean and dry sticker area (wash with metholated spirits for best result).
Peel off backing and adhere sticker.
What if I need a replacement sticker?
Return sticker with copy of rate notice to Council for a replacement or complete a declaration from Council. Council do not supply bins, you can purchase a new bin from local hardware stores.
What if I move from a rural area to urban or urban to rural?
If you move contact Council for advice on 6452 4820.
I have three wheelie bins, so do I get a sticker for each wheelie Bin?
You will receive a sticker for each bin collection charge paid for at the property.
For further enquiries contact Council's Reception, Goldie Street, Smithton or phone 6452 4800