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  • Resident Vegetation Drop-off at Kimbriki

    All households in the Northern Beaches and Mosman Council areas are provided with dedicated vegetation bins collected by Council.  The vegetation drop-off at Kimbriki provides residents with an occasional disposal option for excess amounts of vegetation generated at home. The councils pay Kimbriki the advertised gate fees for this service. To maintain the service, and to ensure it is fair to all ratepayers, residents dropping off vegetation under this arrangement are advised of the following restrictions: 

    1. Vehicles are limited to cars or station wagons with less than 60kg with proof of residency or utes, family vans or trailers with less than 300kg with proof of residency. (These weights are generally what is carried in a full standard car boot or box trailer) No trucks or other vehicles of any kind. Proof of residency includes a Northern Beaches Council or Mosman Municipal Council parking sticker, a driver’s licence, or Council rates notice.

    2. Vehicles are entitled to one vegetation drop-off on any given day. 

    3. If your load is over 60kg or 300kg you must pay for the full amount not just the portion you are over. We understand you don’t weigh your vegetation when loading so some leeway will be given for loads close to these weights. The NSW EPA requires that all waste entering Kimbriki must be accurately accounted for. Dividing weighbridge transactions once completed adds complexity, time and cost and consequently is prohibitive and cannot be accommodated.  

    4. Trade vehicles are excluded. However arrangements can be put in place to register a trade vehicle for a resident’s own occasional use. Please see Kimbriki Reception for details. 

    Should you have any questions regarding these restrictions, please contact your local council:
    www.northernbeaches.nsw.gov.au ph 1300 434 434       www.mosman.nsw.gov.au  ph 9978 4000

    CATEGORY:   Latest News

    TAGS:  resident vegetation

    DATE PUBLISHED:  Friday, 9 June 2017