Local Law 20 anti-competitive: WRIQ

Local Law 20 anti-competitive: WRIQ

The proposed local law is intended to replace Chapter 5A: Waste Management by Local Governments of the Environmental Protection Regulations 2008 and section 7 in Part 2A of the Waste Reduction and Recycling Regulation 2011. Both are scheduled to expire on July 1.

The City of Gold Coast has said that its proposed Local Law 20, which was open for submissions till last week, would protect public health and amenity related to waste management by: Read more

City of Swan recognised for waste management achievements

City of Swan recognised for waste management achievements

The City’s waste management cost per resident was found to be less than the state and national average. Resident living in the City of Swan were shown to dump almost 14% less rubbish than the average council in WA.

Mayor David Lucas says the City of Swan’s achievements were possible due to the fact that the city, along with all the other members of the East Metropolitan Regional Council (EMRC), takes waste and recycling very seriously.  Read more