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The management and disposal of waste affects every member of the community and it continues to rapidly increase in cost. Council is responsible for waste removal, treatment and disposal services, and currently manages in excess of 150,000 tonnes
We would like to hear your thoughts on the Strategy. Please read the Strategy and Action Plan documents in the Document Library, as well as the Frequently Asked Questions before providing your comments in the space below. Have you read the draft Strategy, Action Plan and Frequently Asked Questions?, Please provide your comments in the space below:, In which suburb do you live?, Your age:, Your gender:
There is increased expectation from the community that waste management practices will become more and more sustainable into the future. In the context of climate change, rapidly diminishing landfill space in urban environments and ongoing
The draft Strategy aims to minimise long term costs and impacts on the community through the implementation of increasingly sustainable waste management practices. The draft Strategy actively aims to educate and support community, businesses
The draft Strategy documents can be downloaded from the Document Library below. Copies are also available at Council’s Customer Service Centre, libraries and at the Whytes Gully Waste and Resource Recovery Park. The easiest way to provide your
Waste and Resource Strategy will contribute to the delivery of Wollongong 2022, Our Community Strategic Plan and is part of valuing and protecting our environment.
The proposed capital expenditure for 2014/15 is $80 million.Priority projects include: West Dapto Access Strategy Waste management Revitalisation of the City Centre and completion of Crown Street Mall Cordeaux Road improvements and shared pathway