If you wish to place a BWC, you should contact a BWC supplier who will advise you if they are registered with Council and can submit the application to Council on your behalf.
Council issues approval for BWCs to be placed on roadways including footpaths. A BWC placed on private property does not require consent from Council.
Where possible BWCs should be placed on private property (approval will not be granted unless there is insufficient space on private property).
If you are not a registered supplier and wish to be, please complete a form via the link below and submit to Council or alternatively contact Council on 4974 2000.
Please note that it is a 72 hour turnaround period for approvals. BWCs can be placed for a maximum of 28 days from date of approval. Approval must also be sought from the RMS where BWCs are to be placed for more than 24 hours, will contain rubble only and are not placed on drainage lines.
RTA Technical Direction - Placement of Bulk and Skip Waste Containers July 2009 (pdf)
Please check to see if your location is a classified road.
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Council is committed to protecting your privacy and takes reasonable steps to comply with all relevant legislation. The information is collected by Council for the purpose of processing your request. Your personal information will be stored in accordance with relevant legislation and will only be accessed by authorised Council Staff. If you do not provide information, Council may not be able to process your request. Your information can be checked for accuracy by contacting Council on (02) 4974 2000.