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Residents are being encouraged to take a direct interest in the future of waste services in Canterbury-Bankstown, and have a chance of winning an iPad in the process.
Until Friday 10 May, residents can share their thoughts on household waste and recycling services, with questions seeking to find out:
Mayor Khal Asfour said the management of waste and recycling is one of the biggest challenges facing the world, including Australia.
"If we can’t manage the collection, recycling and disposal of waste better, I’d hate to see the consequences," he said.
"We need leadership at the state and federal level. There needs to be a consistent approach, so that councils and local communities are not left to fend for themselves.
"However, one thing councils can control is how waste and recycling services are delivered at the street level and the Future of Waste and You survey will greatly assist us to better understand the views of our residents on waste."
On average, Council collects more than 80,000 tonnes of waste each year.
"That’s 40,000 bins every day, 200,000 a week and 10,400,000 a year," Mayor Asfour said.
In addition, Council collects:
For more information email email@example.com, or to complete the survey, visit cb.city/haveyoursay
24/04/2019 2:47 PM