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Eurobodalla Council will host another free tradies’ breakfast next Tuesday (21 February), this time in Moruya, to entice local ute drivers to properly secure their loads.

Council staff will be at Shelley’s Take Away in Moruya Industrial Estate from 7am to 8am handing out free trailer covers and litter bags to those who register on the day. The first twenty registered will get free coffee and breakfast.

This is the third tradies’ breakfast Council has hosted to target people who regularly transport items for disposal, particularly building waste and green waste, to educate them about the importance of properly securing loads.

The breakfasts are funded by the NSW Environment Protection Authority as part of the 'Hey Tosser' campaign.

Litter surveys conducted by NSW EPA revealed that common litter items found along roadsides were lightweight trade and building waste, such as polystyrene, plastic, foam and Gyprock. This litter is often unintentional and is wind-blown from poorly-secured ute, trailer and truck loads.

Council encourages the community to report littering from vehicles at www.epa.nsw.gov.au or by calling council’s rangers on 02 4474 1000. Media Release


Free tradies’ breakfast next Tuesday (21 February) in Moruya to entice local ute drivers to properly secure their loads. Council staff will be at Shelley’s Take Away in Moruya Industrial Estate from 7am to 8am handing out free trailer covers and litter bags to those who register on the day. The first twenty registered will get free coffee and breakfast.

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