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Australia’s leading waste management company, Cleanaway, is pleased to announce that it has been awarded a contract for the provision of waste management services to Chevron Australia.   From 1 July, Cleanaway will provide waste management...

Yellow-lidded bins have been appearing in driveways across the City of Karratha over the past few weeks and from Monday 6 February residents began using them as Cleanaway began a regular kerbside recycling service.   The...

Kempsey Shire Council has announced that Cleanaway has successfully secured the waste collections contract for 2017-2027.   Commencing on 1 July 2017 the new service involves changes to bin sizes and collection frequencies aimed at keeping...

On Thursday 15 December, Noosa Council announced that Cleanaway has successfully secured the Noosa collections, landfill and transfer station contract for 2017-2024.   Under the seven year agreement, Cleanaway will implement a new three bin collection...

Australia’s largest waste management and recycling company has revealed its new brand, on the same day it officially became Cleanaway Waste Management Limited. The ASX ticker will also change from TPI to CWY. Ushering in the...

It has come to our attention that some of our customers have received fraudulent letters and emails claiming to be from Cleanaway advising them of new bank account details. Please note that we have not changed...

Cleanaway is delighted to announce a multi-year, national partnership with Clean Up Australia, one of Australia’s best known community organisations, focussed on mobilising the community to clean up and conserve our environment.   Started in 1989...

Cleanaway is pleased to announce that it will be supporting a world-first, waste paint collection scheme, in partnership with Paintback®. Paintback, the first unified, national scheme developed and implemented by the Australian paint manufacturing industry, offers...