Clean waterways

Clean waterways
Our City has many rivers and open water bodies which require careful maintenance and monitoring. Our City has many rivers and open water bodies which require careful maintenance and monitoring.  


 
Our City has many rivers and open water bodies which require careful maintenance and monitoring. We work together with other organisations, local environmental groups and our community to help keep these waterways clean. 
This dashboard provides up to date information on the cleaning of our Water Quality Devices and open water bodies, such as Lake Gilawarna and Maluga Passive Park. 
Water Quality Devices are a range of different things we build to keep our waterways clean including gross pollution devices and trash racks. These can be floating litter booms, or trash racks across open stormwater drains, but most of them are hidden underground and are directly connected to underground stormwater drains. 
Hover your cursor over the points on the map to see when the last clean occurred. The dashboard lets you know how much material is collected from our many unseen Gross Pollutant Traps and Trash Racks.
To learn more about these devices, please visit our Pollution Control Devices webpage.

Pollution Control Devices​​​

Want to help keep our waterways clean? Click here for some helpful tips and tricks.

The City of Canterbury Bankstown acknowledges the traditional custodians of the land, water and skies of Canterbury-Bankstown, the Darug (Darag, Dharug, Daruk, Dharuk) People. We recognise and respect Darug cultural heritage, beliefs and relationship with the land. We acknowledge the First Peoples’ continuing importance to our CBCity community.