Resource Recovery and Waste Management Strategy 2018-22
The Draft City of Ballarat Resource Recovery and Waste Management Strategy 2018-22 (the Draft Strategy) considers current and future waste management and resource recovery in the City of Ballarat. It identifies long-term strategic direction including a clear vision and four objectives that align with Regional and State objectives. It also identifies targets to be achieved over the next five years and management options to help meet those targets. The Draft Strategy is intended as a high-level document that informs the development of plans and programs and as such does not contain detailed actions.
We are seeking your feedback on the Draft Strategy and the strategic direction identified for the City of Ballarat. Please read the Draft Strategy before completing the survey below. All questions are optional.View the Draft Strategy.
A background report outlining current and future waste management and resource recovery in the City of Ballarat was collated to support the development of the Draft Strategy. The report reviews the current status of waste management, including data on waste and recyclables generation, collection services and waste and resource recovery facilities.
The Background Report is a supporting document to provide you with further information. We are not seeking your feedback on this document.
The waste management hierarchy is the underlying principle of waste management policies in Australia and is included in the Environment Protection Act 1970. It establishes the order of preference for waste management and underpins development of the Draft Strategy.