Waste Management Public Benefit Assessment

Noosa Council has reviewed its waste management business model to ensure it complies with National Competition Policy reforms.

As part of a Public Benefit Assessment (PBA) and invited the community to have their say on the Draft Report between February and March, 2016.

State government legislation requires councils to conduct Public Benefit Assessments (PBA) on financially significant business activities, to determine the appropriate business structure to apply.

At its meeting in February 2016, Council accepted the draft report and decided that the structural reform that would best apply the competitive neutrality principle to the waste business – was full costContinue reading

Noosa Council has reviewed its waste management business model to ensure it complies with National Competition Policy reforms.

As part of a Public Benefit Assessment (PBA) and invited the community to have their say on the Draft Report between February and March, 2016.

State government legislation requires councils to conduct Public Benefit Assessments (PBA) on financially significant business activities, to determine the appropriate business structure to apply.

At its meeting in February 2016, Council accepted the draft report and decided that the structural reform that would best apply the competitive neutrality principle to the waste business – was full cost pricing rather than establish a Council commercial business unit. See the Report located in the document library to the right of your screen.


  • Waste Public Benefit Assessment finalised

    about 1 year ago

    The Waste Public Benefit Assessment is now completed and the recommendation to continue with the Full Cost Pricing model has been implemented. This is the result of a Council decision taken on March 7, 2016 which included consideration of the results of the consultation held in February - March.

    The Waste Public Benefit Assessment is now completed and the recommendation to continue with the Full Cost Pricing model has been implemented. This is the result of a Council decision taken on March 7, 2016 which included consideration of the results of the consultation held in February - March.

  • Council accepts draft Report and invites community comment

    over 1 year ago

    Noosa Council has reviewed its waste management business model to ensure it complies with National Competition Policy reforms.

    At its meeting in February 2016, Council accepted the draft Report and decided that the structural reform that would best apply the competitive neutrality principle to the waste business – was full cost pricing rather than establish a Council commercial business unit.

    Council is now inviting the community to have their say on the Report. See project description above for how to have your say and the Report located in the document library to the right of this screen.


    Noosa Council has reviewed its waste management business model to ensure it complies with National Competition Policy reforms.

    At its meeting in February 2016, Council accepted the draft Report and decided that the structural reform that would best apply the competitive neutrality principle to the waste business – was full cost pricing rather than establish a Council commercial business unit.

    Council is now inviting the community to have their say on the Report. See project description above for how to have your say and the Report located in the document library to the right of this screen.


  • Draft report to Council in February 2016

    over 1 year ago

    The community consultation period has now closed. A draft report will be presented to Council in February. The Waste Management Public Benefit Assessment will then be made available to the community for a two week period for any further input before formal Council adoption.

    The community consultation period has now closed. A draft report will be presented to Council in February. The Waste Management Public Benefit Assessment will then be made available to the community for a two week period for any further input before formal Council adoption.