Cleanaway puts councils in the driver’s seat


August 16, 2017


Missed pickups, broken bins, contamination –these are just a few of the things we’re helping our municipal customers better manage through the introduction of Cleanaview, launching in Noosa Council, QLD on 1 September, followed by The Hills Shire, NSW on 2 October.

Near real time information and visibility of our truck locations will help local councils answer queries from residents on the status of their bin pickup, and be informed when a scheduled job has been completed.

Technology on-board Cleanaway vehicles will provide our customers with more meaningful information to help better manage the waste collected in weekly kerbside pickups.  Beyond helping councils to simply manage contamination, it means we’re arming our customers with information to allow them to take proactive steps and educate residents about what can and can’t be disposed of through their local collection, and how they can safely dispose of other materials.

Delivering benefits beyond our municipal customers, it will help improve the quality of recyclables delivered to our Material Recycling Facilities and reduce the amount of contaminated materials which end up in landfill.  Importantly it also means that we can ensure prohibited and potentially dangerous materials don’t end up in landfill, and can be safely disposed of.

In partnership with our municipal customers – Cleanaview is another way we are making a sustainable future possible.