Waste Reduction & Recycling Plan 2017-2021
Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan 2017-2021
Logan City Council provides essential waste management services to its local community, while simultaneously striving to achieve positive environmental, social, and economic outcomes in its day-to-day operations of collection, transfer, recycling, reuse, and disposal of the city’s waste.
Council’s Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan 2017–2021 outlines the many opportunities and challenges ahead for the City as we work to ensure that our waste services and infrastructure keep up with population growth, and take practical steps to maximise waste avoidance and resource recovery. It supports and complements the Queensland State Government’s Waste Avoidance and Resource Productivity Strategy 2014 – 2024, while fulfilling Council’s obligation under the Waste Reduction and Recycling Act 2011 to develop a Waste Reduction and Recycling Plan.
The vision for this plan is to manage Council’s waste in a manner that achieves the optimum balance of environmental, economic and social outcomes. A suite of key interest areas and actions have been identified in this Plan which aim to contribute to the achievement of this vision.
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