Integrated Waste Management Strategy

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Hawkesbury City Council is committed to working towards greater waste reduction targets by increasing recycling rates and diverting waste from landfill. As part of this, Council is developing an Integrated Waste Management Strategy to progress long-term plans for the Hawkesbury City Waste Management Facility as well as consider future options for the Hawkesbury’s kerbside waste and recycling collections.

Waste management is a vital public health and environmental service that affects every member of our community, the Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor BarryCalvert said.

“Right across Australia, councils are striving to deliver sustainable, reliable and affordable waste services whilst dealing with the challenge of growing populations, increasing waste generation per household, and changing recycling markets,” Mayor Calvert said.

“This is no easy task. Landfill space in Sydney is filling up fast, we need to find alternatives to ensure council waste services remain affordable, reliable and sustainable well into the future,” he said.

“Council is developing a Waste Strategy to help us achieve greater waste reductions in the longer term.

“We are hoping to identify our community’s aspirations, priorities and preferences for the future of waste management in the Hawkesbury.

“We would also like to gain a better understanding of community views and concerns in relation to potential changes in waste services, facilities and technologies.”

This online survey about waste management aims to help Council understand our community’s priorities, preferences and needs regarding waste services and reducing waste.

The survey results will help us to shape the Strategy and plan future actions that meet community expectations and help to protect our environment.

Community Session

Council would like to invite you a community session to hear your ideas, priorities and feedback.

Date: Tuesday 26 November,
Time: 6 pm-7:30 pm,
Location: Tebbutt Room, Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George St, Windsor.

To register for the Community Session please visit: https://bit.ly/37vNIaK

After consultation and development, the Draft Integrated Waste Management Strategy will be placed on public exhibition in 2020.

Hawkesbury City Council is committed to working towards greater waste reduction targets by increasing recycling rates and diverting waste from landfill. As part of this, Council is developing an Integrated Waste Management Strategy to progress long-term plans for the Hawkesbury City Waste Management Facility as well as consider future options for the Hawkesbury’s kerbside waste and recycling collections.

Waste management is a vital public health and environmental service that affects every member of our community, the Mayor of Hawkesbury, Councillor BarryCalvert said.

“Right across Australia, councils are striving to deliver sustainable, reliable and affordable waste services whilst dealing with the challenge of growing populations, increasing waste generation per household, and changing recycling markets,” Mayor Calvert said.

“This is no easy task. Landfill space in Sydney is filling up fast, we need to find alternatives to ensure council waste services remain affordable, reliable and sustainable well into the future,” he said.

“Council is developing a Waste Strategy to help us achieve greater waste reductions in the longer term.

“We are hoping to identify our community’s aspirations, priorities and preferences for the future of waste management in the Hawkesbury.

“We would also like to gain a better understanding of community views and concerns in relation to potential changes in waste services, facilities and technologies.”

This online survey about waste management aims to help Council understand our community’s priorities, preferences and needs regarding waste services and reducing waste.

The survey results will help us to shape the Strategy and plan future actions that meet community expectations and help to protect our environment.

Community Session

Council would like to invite you a community session to hear your ideas, priorities and feedback.

Date: Tuesday 26 November,
Time: 6 pm-7:30 pm,
Location: Tebbutt Room, Hawkesbury Central Library, 300 George St, Windsor.

To register for the Community Session please visit: https://bit.ly/37vNIaK

After consultation and development, the Draft Integrated Waste Management Strategy will be placed on public exhibition in 2020.

  • CLOSED: This survey has concluded.

    Waste management is a vital public health and environmental service that affects every member of our community. Hawkesbury City Council is committed to working towards the NSW Government's waste reduction targets by increasing recycling rates and diverting waste from landfill.

    Council is developing a long-term Waste Strategy to help us achieve these targets. This survey aims to help Council understand our community’s priorities, preferences and needs regarding waste services and reducing waste. This information will help in shaping the Strategy and planning future actions that meet community expectations.

    The survey takes about 10 minutes

    Waste management is a vital public health and environmental service that affects every member of our community. Hawkesbury City Council is committed to working towards the NSW Government's waste reduction targets by increasing recycling rates and diverting waste from landfill.

    Council is developing a long-term Waste Strategy to help us achieve these targets. This survey aims to help Council understand our community’s priorities, preferences and needs regarding waste services and reducing waste. This information will help in shaping the Strategy and planning future actions that meet community expectations.

    The survey takes about 10 minutes. Answers you provide are confidential.

    Your views are important and we thank you for taking the time to complete this survey.


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