The Day One rollout was a complete success with zero reportable incidents.
On July 1 2021, Cleanaway began providing new essential waste services to the Logan City Council region, introducing several new firsts, including a green waste service with almost twice the number of bins ordered than previously expected.
The Cleanaview-enabled fleet also introduced a new ‘turn-by-turn’ function that helps our drivers navigate better for more efficient and reliable collections. Day One was a successful rollout with zero reportable incidents.
Pictured: Logan City Mayor Darren Power, Logan City Council Councillors, Logan City Council waste team members, and Cleanaway General Manager David Wheeley, Regional Manager Neil McHugh and Branch Manager Peter Mumford
The previous Monday, we also had an official opening for the new Park Ridge depot that will service the Logan City Council region. The opening was attended by Mayor Darren Power and many of the Logan Councillors and waste team.
Louisa Bonner – a descendent from the Traditional Custodians of the local area – formally acknowledged and welcomed Cleanaway with a Welcome to Country, Smoking Ceremony and Didgeridoo player.
Pictured: Louisa Bonner performing the Smoking Ceremony
Louisa explained that the Smoking Ceremony importantly signifies the cleansing of the site, warding off bad spirits and providing good fortune for those that will perform business there. The Welcome to Country was particularly significant as it is the first time the land (on which the Logan Depot sits) has been developed for use.
For the latest acceptance rules and to find out more about City of Logan kerbside collection services, visit https://www.logan.qld.gov.au/waste-and-recycling
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