New public recycling bins keep Brighton clean and green

by Brighton Council
Keeping things eco-friendly in Brighton

New recycling bins have  been installed as part of  Brighton Council’s efforts  to provide greater recycling options and improve the amenity of the Brighton area. The new bins are at the Bridgewater playground,  outside the IGA in Brighton and at the Civic Centre.

“The upgrades are part of  a suite of sustainability  actions, outlined in the Cli­mate Change and Resilience Strategy,” Mayor Leigh Gray said. “The Council is working with our local sustainability champions in schools and community groups as well  as providing improved  infrastructure.”

“This initiative complements several government waste initiatives designed to better recycle existing resources, pre­vent littering, and divert waste away from landfill,” Mayor Gray said. For more info, head to www.brighton.tas.gov.au/property/waste/

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