A permit fee applies and is related to the number of days the skip bin will be on the site.
Council has more than 100 registered suppliers who have entered into a formal agreement with Council. They have provided proof of public liability insurance cover of at least $10 million.
To find a local skip bin supplier, we suggest you check the Yellow Pages. Council is subject to the Trade Practices Act and as a result is unable to indicate a preferred supplier.
Under our Amenity Local Law (PDF, 90.47 kB), a permit must be obtained before a skip or large waste bin is placed on a road or on any land owned or managed by the Council. This law ensures public safety and local amenity are protected, and there is no damage caused to Council or other community assets.
For information about VicRoads' Code of Practice on the placement of Waste Bins on Roadsides, visit their website.