Waste Wise in Wingecarribee

Consultation has concluded

We're interested in your waste!

Wingecarribee Shire Council recognises the importance of working in partnership with the community to manage, reduce and avoid waste. Wingecarribee currently tops the State for recycling but we can still do better.

From time to time, Waste Wise in Wingecarribee will seek the opinion of residents. You will be able to complete surveys that will help us work together on reducing our waste to landfill. These surveys will contribute to how we undertake waste management in our Shire. Please take a few minutes to complete them and let us know how you are going with your domestic waste management.

Our Green Garden Bin and Community Recycling Centre surveys have concluded.

Also, Wingecarribee’s Waste Education Officer is available to provide education sessions and work with residents, community groups and schools on how best to reduce our waste to landfill. These sessions are free, engaging and informative.

To find out more:

Working in partnership with the NSW Environmental Trust and the NSW Environmental Protection Authority as part of the Waste Less, Recycle More intitiative, funded from the waste levy.

We're interested in your waste!

Wingecarribee Shire Council recognises the importance of working in partnership with the community to manage, reduce and avoid waste. Wingecarribee currently tops the State for recycling but we can still do better.

From time to time, Waste Wise in Wingecarribee will seek the opinion of residents. You will be able to complete surveys that will help us work together on reducing our waste to landfill. These surveys will contribute to how we undertake waste management in our Shire. Please take a few minutes to complete them and let us know how you are going with your domestic waste management.

Our Green Garden Bin and Community Recycling Centre surveys have concluded.

Also, Wingecarribee’s Waste Education Officer is available to provide education sessions and work with residents, community groups and schools on how best to reduce our waste to landfill. These sessions are free, engaging and informative.

To find out more:

Working in partnership with the NSW Environmental Trust and the NSW Environmental Protection Authority as part of the Waste Less, Recycle More intitiative, funded from the waste levy.

CRC Survey

Consultation has concluded