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The Snowy Monaro Regional Council, amalgamated just last year, can be found a good 100km south of the Australian capital Canberra. This picturesque region is a popular summer and winter destination for both Australian and international tourists wishing to visit the Snowy Mountains, the seemingly never-ending forests, the Monaro Plains and the wild Snowy River as well as the region’s beautiful villages and modern centres. REMONDIS Australia has now been awarded the collection contract for this part of Australia.
REMONDIS Australia has provided ad-hoc hook-lift services to the region for many years, which are managed from REMONDIS Australia’s Canberra branch. Under the new contract, REMONDIS Australia will establish a new branch in Cooma for truck parking and bin storage. REMONDIS will provide kerbside collection services to Cooma and hook-lift services to the surrounding townships of Adaminaby, Berridale, Bredbo, Bombala, Delegate, Jindabyne, Numerella and Nimmitabel.The new contract will see the traditional crate collection system for recyclables (with separated paper and cardboard) combined to deliver an integrated and fully commingled service with new 360l bins issued to Cooma residents. Recyclables will be transported by REMONDIS Australia to Canberra for processing. Dean Lynch, Snowy Monaro Regional Council Administrator, commented: “This new contract is the best value option for ratepayers.”
“This new contract is the best value option for ratepayers.”
Dean Lynch, Snowy Monaro Regional Council Administrator
Susie McBurney, REMONDIS manager for News South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, looked ahead to their work with the council: “REMONDIS is excited to expand its services in the region and looks forward to delivering exceptional customer service in partnership with Council under the new contract.” Despite its remoteness, the region is renowned for implementing innovative recycling programmes, including food and garden organics collection and processing systems. REMONDIS Australia and Snowy Monaro Regional Council make the ideal partnership to deliver additional innovations and improvements to waste and recycling services in the region.
Susie McBurney, REMONDIS Manager for News South Wales and the Australian Capital Territory, signing the contract with Dean Lynch, Snowy Monaro Regional Council Administrator