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Upgrade to Mariri Resource Recovery Centre begins

July 7th, 2017
[TDC press release]

Changes are afoot at the Mariri Resource Recovery Centre as TDC begins improvements that will make the centre more efficient, safer and easier for people to use.

The improvements include a new waste compactor to allow more material to fit into the bins, ultimately resulting in fewer truck trips from the resource recovery centre to landfill.

There will be safety improvements to the refuse drop-off areas, as well as improved signage to make the centre easier for people to use.

The construction will see drop-off points change and there may be minor delays at times over the next three months.

Council asks that we keep an eye on the signs and follow the directions of staff when dropping off rubbish and recycling.

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