New planning reforms will change the way development applications are lodged and assessed. Council is lobbying the State Government for better heritage protection and hopes the community can help by having a say on the new Code. In response to requests from our residents, Council has provided some example submission letters for each of our 6 Council Wards.
Example Submission Letters
All the information you need on recycling, composting, E-waste, hard waste, hazardous waste, waste collections and the 3 bin system in the City of Burnside. Click on one of the headings below for more information.
Information on collection of the 3 Bins & a Basket and what to put in each bin.
Information on mobile phone, plastic and battery recycling.
Composting is an effective means of diverting "waste" from landfill, and is great for use on gardens as an organic soil conditioner to add nutrients and improve soil characteristics.
The City of Burnside offers a FREE At-Call home collection service for hard waste.
The City of Burnside is committed to reducing the amount of waste we send to landfill by encouraging re-use, repair and sharing.
It is important to recycle the materials used in electronic goods. The recycling process creates jobs in South Australia and reduces landfill. Electronic waste (e-waste) has been banned from landfill since 2013.
Disposal methods for batteries, fluorescent light globes, gas cylinders, motor oil, paint, asbestos and sharps.
Illegal dumping is the deliberate disposal of materials onto public land without a licence, permit or approval from the relevant authority. It is a criminal offence, with a maximum penalty of $5,000.
Litter Bins are emptied 1 to 3 times per week. These bins are located in our parks, reserves and on some streets.
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