BIN INSPECTION and TAGGING continues in Strathalbyn and Mount Compass – Your chance to WIN for RECYCLING RIGHT!
Bin Inspections and Tagging to started in Strathalbyn and Mount Compass at the end of April – inclement weather in the first few weeks of May has delayed some Bin Tagging activity.
Bin Tagging will continue as weather allows over the 5 to 10 weeks.
Households and some small business waste, recycling and green organics bins are being checked to see how well the bins are being used.
Bin inspections are an educational exercise repeated 4 to 6 times with the aim of encouraging bin users to correctly sort their waste so that waste materials end up in the right bin. You will receive a letter, delivered to your letterbox in the next few weeks , if your bins are to be a part of this current Bin Inspection and Bin Tagging program – CLICK HERE to download a copy of the letter.
Bin Inspectors could be out and about early in your neighbourhood – each Bin Inspector will carry FRWA Photographic ID Cards and will be wearing a fluoro vest.
The overarching goal is a reduction in waste to landfill, a decrease in contamination in recycling and organics loads and an increase in resource recovery.
If you RECYCLE RIGHT and your bins are continually tagged with Thank You tags you’ll have a better chance of winning the draw for the reward of a compost bin, worm farm, load of mulch or a Bin Spring.
For answers to Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) please CLICK HERE to download a copy of the FAQs.
If you have any further questions please contact FRWA Phone: 8555 7405.
This project is funded via a Green Industries SA Grant and the Alexandrina Council.