The future of waste management in the Clarence Valley

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We're reviewing waste management practices in the Clarence Valley and are interested to hear what you think of the draft Waste Management Strategy (2019-25) we've put together.

Our draft strategy aims to provide direction for Council on all waste and resource recovery issues to improve waste management outcomes, reduce waste to landfill and increase resource recovery.

The strategy also contains a review of the annual bulky waste collection service delving into the associated costs and options for a different delivery of the service. This is an area where we could really do with your advice, so please take the survey and give us the feedback.

We're reviewing waste management practices in the Clarence Valley and are interested to hear what you think of the draft Waste Management Strategy (2019-25) we've put together.

Our draft strategy aims to provide direction for Council on all waste and resource recovery issues to improve waste management outcomes, reduce waste to landfill and increase resource recovery.

The strategy also contains a review of the annual bulky waste collection service delving into the associated costs and options for a different delivery of the service. This is an area where we could really do with your advice, so please take the survey and give us the feedback.

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  • Have your say

    about 1 year ago
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    We'd love to hear your views on waste management in the Clarence Valley, so please give us your thoughts after reading our draft Waste Strategy and appendices. 

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    • Briefly explain the reason for your comment and, if appropriate, suggest other ways to address the issue.
    Thank you

    Suzanne