City of Wanneroo wants residents to trash talk them

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TALK trash by taking part in a community survey run by the City of Wanneroo to help inform future council decisions on its waste services.

As part of a review of its current waste services, the City has started researching more cost effective waste management options for residents that will reduce landfill.

The options apply to domestic waste, recycling, bulk junk, bulk greens, illegal dumping and litter collection, waste at parks, bus stops and community facilities, and the Wangara Greens Recycling Facility.

Mayor Tracey Roberts encouraged all residents to take part in the survey and have their say.

“The City is committed to a sustainable and economical approach to waste management,” she said.

“This is an issue that affects every person in the community, both now and long into the future, so it is essential that we have our community’s backing and support for waste management options.

“Feedback from the survey will form part of the recommendations that will be presented to council.”

Staff from the City’s Waste Services team will be available to discuss the survey at the Girrawheen Hub on Thursday May 17 from 2-5pm.

Complete the survey at wanneroo.wa.gov.au/wasteinwanneroo or under the Your Say section at wanneroo.wa.gov.au.

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