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  • Writer's pictureThe Beagle

Eurobodalla Waste survey

Eurobodallans have an opportunity to shape the future of waste management for the shire and the region.

A quick six-question survey will provide policy makers with key information on how residents currently manage their waste and gauge the importance they assign to different waste-management matters. Eurobodalla Council’s waste manager Nathan Ladmore said the survey takes less than five minutes.

“The survey informs a regional approach to waste as councils respond to the NSW Government’s state-wide strategy,” Mr Ladmore said.

“The survey data is particularly timely for Eurobodalla as we commence a review of our own shire’s waste strategy.”

The survey has been developed by the Canberra Region Joint Organisation – an alliance of ten councils, including Eurobodalla Council, and associates Canberra Airport, ACT Government and Wagga Wagga City Council – to help finalise its Regional Waste and Sustainable Materials Strategy 2022-27.

Mr Ladmore said NSW had entered a new era of waste management.

“For example, there’s a greater focus on reduced emissions through better waste management,” he said.

“That’s also a key point from Council’s Climate Action Plan. We can use expert advice from our new Climate Change Advisory Group to assist with the Eurobodalla Waste Strategy review, while looking to the data from the CRJO survey to provide opportunities for collaboration and ensure alignment with regional and state approaches.”

Participate in the online survey at before Sunday 6 November 2022. The draft CRJO Regional Waste and Sustainable Materials Strategy is available for download at


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