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All residents in the Whitsundays are encouraged to give feedback on Council’s draft Waste Management Strategy, under public consultation until Friday 2 December.
Waste planning in Council is governed by a Waste Management Strategy, which is reviewed every five years to include the latest information and technology.
Council will be holding public displays next week at Whitsunday Shopping Centre and Bowen Centre Point Plaza, to engage with the community by undertaking surveys and answering any questions people may have about this vital public health and environmental service.
Mayor Andrew Willcox said the consultation process would help Council define their priorities for the next five years.
“We want to know the community’s views on waste management in the future,” he said.
“Are you passionate about kerbside recycling? Do you want to a change in the levels of service provided? Do you think the fee and charges structure needs to be simplified?”
“I encourage everyone to get involved and stop by the public displays next week, or jump online and answer the short survey on our consultation website, Your Say Whitsunday.”
The draft Strategy will be available for viewing online until 5pm Friday 2 December at http://yoursay.whitsundayrc.qld.gov.au
Public Display dates:
Whitsunday Shopping Centre, Cannonvale Monday 21 November, 12pm – 2pm
Centre Point Plaza, BowenTuesday 22 November, 11am – 3pm
Whitsunday Shopping Centre, CannonvaleWednesday 23 November, 10am – 3pm
Whitsunday Shopping Centre, CannonvaleFriday 25 November, 12pm – 2pm