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PMHC knows floods cause ruin to items with sticky, yucky goo on everything, but residents are asked to try to keep separating waste so there is enough room in council landfills.

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Mayors Message | PMHC's additional waste services
PMHC knows floods cause ruin to items with sticky, yucky goo on everything, but residents are asked to try to keep separating waste so there is enough room in council landfills.

News Story Summary:

Go Peta! Go David! And GO our COMMUNITY!

With so much waste being taken to our landfill please help us by separating as much as possible.

The council knows floods cause ruin to items with sticky, yucky goo on everything, but residents must try to keep separating waste so there is enough room in the councils landfills, and it helps them keep costs down on your behalf.

It also means the council can be more efficient by sending trucks to collect all fridges at same time, all mattresses at same time, etc!

For all info on PMHC's additional waste services, and how to separate waste visit : bit.ly/PMHCFloodUpdates

The Council just held an Extraordinary Council Meeting to discuss more relief for here community. 


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