The ASU welcomes the States investment of $129 million of funding, in response to the recycling crisis, to implement the 4 bin strategy across Victoria and improve recycling and waste management.
The Branch Secretary Lisa Darmanin & Lead Organiser Jane Karslake recently met with Minister Lily D’Ambrosio to learn more about the new initiatives under the ten-year plan to boost recycling and reduce waste. We are keen to see that this money is spent on local government creating new jobs and better delivering for the community. To learn more about the Ten-year plan and recent announcements use the links below:
What does this mean for our members on the frontline?
Councils are best placed to improve waste reduction and recycling. The ASU is interested to hear how these initiatives impact your jobs and the future role of Council in waste and recycling.
The ASU is calling all members who work in Waste and Recycling to attend a meeting to discuss the future of Local Government Waste Management and the likely outcomes on the ground.
DATE: Wednesday 18 March
VENUE: 116 Queensberry Street, Carlton South
Please contact ASU Organiser Martin McDonald via the details below to let us know what’s happening in your Council and to RSVP for the meeting.
What else can you do?
- Tell us your story about the Crisis on the Frontline
- Forward this email to a non-member and ask them to join the ASU at www.asu.asn.au/asujoin
For further information please contact one of your local ASU Delegates or
ASU Organiser Martin McDonald | 0418 513 379 | firstname.lastname@example.org