- Tuesday 09 May 2017
Council faced a mammoth task to clean up our region in the aftermath of ex-Tropical Cycle Debbie and with a few weeks of work still to go, residents have commended council for its efforts.
Service Delivery Portfolio Councillor Ted Hungerford said recent customer satisfaction results showed high results for council’s Parks and Gardens team, primarily responsible for the clean-up.
“Council has received very positive feedback following the recent weather event and our customers have told us that our Parks and Gardens team is leading the way in terms of ease of business,” Cr Hungerford said.
Council has collected a total of 2500 cubic metres of green waste from around the region, in addition to 2200 tonnes disposed by residents in 8620 transactions.
Free green waste disposal was offered at Resource Recovery Centres for 10 days following the weather event.
Free green waste mulch is available for all Sunshine Coast residents to collect (domestic customers only, maximum of 3 cubic metres per day). Check the mulch webpage for further details and up to date information on available locations.