Recycling changes feedback
May 13 2019
So the only real difference (to the new bins)would be the RFID chip? And how many bins are actually being lost to warrant that? There has got to be a number it can’t just be a guess right? Plus how hard would it be to label or even spray paint the existing bins? To me that’s a rubbish excuse and a gigantic waste of existing resources. Coming from something called Wastebusters and Waste Management makes it even worse! So what I want to know is: how can a private citizen raise a public investigation to disclose who was involved in this as well as the financials of the whole deal? I ask because based on the evidence shown so far I’m 100% confident there were some shady deal going under the table to line politicians’ pockets with public money and I’m sure that can be proven with a investigation. (Edited)
Mafia Waste Management.
‘You say [old bins can be] “dropped off at the Frankton transfer station to be recycled.” Can you clarify please how and where they will be recycled?’
We’re still working through the final details of how and where the bins will be recycled. We’ll share more on this in the coming weeks. In the meantime, if you have questions about how the new service will work, head to www.qldc.govt.nz or phone 441 0499.