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Council's main tips remain closed as dumping increases

Moruya Transfer Station open, Brou and Surf Beach waste management facilities remain closed to the public

To help everyone carry out effective social distancing in response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Council's waste management facilities at Brou and Surf Beach have been closed to the public from Sunday 29 March 2020. Moruya tip is open daily from 8am to 3.45pm. EFTPOS only Members of the public and patrolling rangers are finding piles of rubbish at several sites across Eurobodalla, including along Cullendulla Drive, despite severe penalties for those found trashing the shire.

Rangers can hand out $2,000 on-the-spot fines for individuals found dumping, with higher penalties for businesses, and possible gaol time for repeat offenders.

Rangers will be patrolling and using covert surveillance to help tackle the problem.

The public are encouraged to report incidents of illegal dumping, directly to Council on 4474 1000.

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