Cleanaway to provide Logan City Council with essential waste services

Cleanaway has been awarded a 10-year contract to provide waste and recycling services to residents of Logan City Council.

Communities

June 16, 2020

Highlights

Logan City Council Mayor Darren Power announced the new city-wide waste collections agreement in a statement today after a comprehensive evaluation of bids was done under the supervision of an external probity advisor.

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Highlights

Logan City Council Mayor Darren Power announced the new city-wide waste collections agreement in a statement today after a comprehensive evaluation of bids was done under the supervision of an external probity advisor.

Starting 1 July 2021, Cleanaway will provide general waste and commingled recycling collection services under a 10-year agreement with Logan City Council.

In addition to the collection of waste and recycling bins, the new agreement also includes options for Council to introduce a garden waste bin service and an on-demand bulky waste pick-up service across the city.

In welcoming the new agreement, Cleanaway Solid Waste Services General Manager David Wheeley said, “Our team are preparing to hit the ground running when the contract starts in July 2021. It will enable around 60 new local jobs and even more procurement and supplier job opportunities to support the 40-strong fleet and new Logan depot.”

Cleanaway’s brand-new side lift collection fleet will be equipped with Cleanaview, an in-cabin technology that provides real-time data on collection services such as missed bins and contamination in the bin.

“Cleanaview enables us to provide additional support to residents to use our services correctly, reduce contamination and improve landfill waste diversion,” said David.

Logan City Council Mayor Darren Power announced the new city-wide waste collections agreement in a statement today after a comprehensive evaluation of bids was done under the supervision of an external probity advisor.

Residents and businesses are advised to continue with their usual general waste and recycling practices during the transition.

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