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Residents living in houses in Bankstown will receive bigger garbage bins as a part of alignment of services across the City of Canterbury Bankstown.
Mayor Khal Asfour said the program, which will be rolled out from May next year, will see around 52,000 120-litre bins replaced with new 140-litre bins, which are the same size as those used by Canterbury households.
"The additional 20-litre capacity will help families manage waste more effectively," Mayor Asfour said.
"It’s important we not only continue the great level of service our residents have come to expect from us, but also look to improve where we can.
"That is why we are taking this step.
"We have listened to our residents and believe this will help them.
"We are aiming to align all our waste contracts by 2020 and this is another step in achieving that."
Suburbs receiving the new garbage bins are:
For more information on the household bin service, contact Council’s Customer Service Centre on 9707 9000.
19/12/2017 10:03 AM