We’re spending $12.9 million on waste

Kempsey Shire Council

An aerial shot of the Waste Management Centre

Making sure waste management is secured for the foreseeable future has received a boost in the annual budget.

Kempsey Shire Council has budgeted $12.9 million for works to improve our waste management and education in the next year including:

  • Developing the Waste Management Centre Master Plan including the construction of a new landfill cell
  • Creating and rolling out community waste programs to help reduce waste going into landfill and encourage a circular economy
  • Continuing to provide waste management facilities including the Mobile Community Recycling Centre to residents.

Read the full budget in Council’s Operational Plan and see how your rates are working for you at ksc.pub/budget

Detailed information on areas like asset management as well as Council’s fees and charges can be found in the other documents that make up the Integrated Planning & Reporting suite.

You can also help to prioritise the plans for the next four years in the Delivery Program survey.

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