This legislation has been repealed.
(1) In this
"household", for a kerbside recycling collection
service, includes residential premises and non-residential premises supplied
with a container for the collection of recyclable material by the operator of
"participation rate", for a kerbside recycling
collection service, means the number of households participating in the
service, expressed as a percentage of the number of households to which the
service is provided;
"recyclable material" means material reasonably
able to be recovered, reprocessed, and used as raw material.
(2) This regulation
applies to a local government if it operates a
kerbside recycling collection service within its local government area.
(3) The local
government must, within 3 months after the end of each financial year in
which the service operates, give to the Chief Executive Officer the following
information relating to its area for the year —
percentage of households is covered by the service;
participation rate for the service;
number of households covered by the service and whether the households are
residential or non-residential;
fee charged to each household for the service;
total weight of recyclable material collected at kerbside by material type;
the material collected is sorted —
the total weight of each material type sold or sent for
secondary use, including energy recovery; and
the total weight of the residual fraction of each
material type disposed of to landfill.