Free waste education for community groups

by Brighton Council

Do you get confused between what is rubbish, recycling and food waste? Do you know which bin to put it in? What goes in the FOGO bin?

Brighton Council has a dedicated Waste Education Officer who can help sort out the mess by providing residents with group talks and meetings, community presentations and events, and can also educate stu­dents through interactive school visits.

To do the right thing by the environment, we need to make sure we know which rubbish goes where, so if you’re unsure about what goes in each bin, contact Waste Education Officer, Gwen Harper, at wastewise@brighton.tas.gov.au or visit www.brighton.tas.gov.au/property/waste.

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