Mandatory green organic - expressions of interest
The Barossa Council is proposing a Green Organic service exemption for residents who can reasonably demonstrate that they are effectively managing the disposal of Green Organic waste from their property.
Expressions of interest from residents who believe they meet the criteria for this exemption are requested at this time however, this does not guarantee that service exemptions will be granted as each request is individually assessed.
Expressions of interest to opt-out close 1 April, 2021 at 5pm.
^Assessment criteria and conditions
- Photographic evidence of a suitable composting system (compost pile or bay, static or tumbling compost bins) will be required for the service exemption to be considered.
- A signed Statutory Declaration stating that green waste is managed through other means and will not be placed in general waste bin is to be included with the expression of interest.
- You must be the property owner or rate payer to put forward an expression of interest for the Green Organic Service Exemption.
- An expression of interest for the Green Organic Service Exemption does not guarantee that a service exemption will be applied to the property.
- You are required to notify Council if your circumstances change, this includes moving from your current premises.
- Bins that are assigned to the property must not be removed from the property when there is a change of tenants or sale of the property. All bins remain the property of SOLO Resource Recovery.
Expression of interest to opt-out form
If you wish to express your interest to opt-out of a green organic bin service, you can do so by filling out the form below and provide all relevant documentation.